5 Things to Do After You Send in Your College Applications
1. Keep up
your grades in school. We have all been there before. That senioritis
is hitting right about now. But, even though you already turned those
applications in it is important to keep your grades up. So keep studying but have some fun with it!
2. Make a ‘summer before college’ bucket list.
Write a bucket list of things that you want to accomplish before going to
college. Want to take a road trip somewhere? Do it. Never watched Bob’s Burgers?
Go ahead and binge watch it on Netflix! Find things that you’ve always wanted to do and go
out there and do it.
3. Make an awesome playlist. Or find
something else that helps you pass the time. We know that waiting on hearing
back from us is a struggle. But, reading over every application is very time
consuming. Stressing out over it won’t make the process move any faster so sit back and relax!
your answers for relatives. Where did you apply for school? What is your
major going to be? You’re leaving the state, why?! All those questions, if not
more are coming your way. You think you can escape them but you can’t. Prepare
these answers and get ready to fake a smile as you answer it for the 100th
your email. Make sure to consistently check your email. The admissions
office will be sending you reminders if you are missing anything from your
application and about dates when they will be sending out their decisions.
Don’t remove their clothes on time from the washer/dryer, so you have to awkwardly remove them and place them on the table, thus, possibly exposing their undergarments to the whole Chapman residential life community…
hey! so I used to work in academic advising at Chapman University and just graduated with a degree in Integrated Educational Studies. I worked in Orientation, was a part of a sorority, started a club, worked at disneyland, studied abroad in London, worked on campus, changed majors a few times…Lets just say I know a lot about the school. so feel free to ask me questions or whatever. If I think the answer benefits a lot of people, I’ll publish it, but if it’s really specific, I’ll just PM you.