May 1st is National Decision Day which means the pressure is on for high school seniors to make final college and university decisions. National college decision day is a deadline the Class of 2020 has been preparing for since their junior school year!
**Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the May 1st Decision Day may likely move to June 1st for many universities. The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) reports that "52 percent of colleges have extended their usual May 1 deadline for students to accept an offer of admission for Fall 2020." Visit NACAC to see if your schools' Decision Days have been adjusted.**
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With much anticipation, students, their families and even some from their school district have been anxiously awaiting this big day—queue the unique, decision day celebrations
That's why we thought it might be helpful to create a list of Fastweb users' all-time favorite articles featuring guides and tips on how to make the best college decisions. Begin your freshman year at your university or community college confident, ready to make your parents—and yourself—PROUD!
Here's an all-inclusive helpful guide of 11 articles that include pros and cons, financial aid tips and more to help make your final college decision easier. This way you can CELEBRATE (or relax) once May 1st, National Decision Day, rolls around.
Parents and family members are excited too; there are certainly to-do's you can get started on
as your child gets ready to head to college.
Where did you decide to go to school?! Please share by commenting below.