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The Application Hub is part of CFNC.org. Take a peek at how easy it can make applying for college.

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What is the CFNC Application Hub?
It Makes Applying to NC Colleges & Universities and
Requesting Transcripts Easier.

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The keys to successful college applications? Preparation and planning

You’ll find a wide range of college application policies and admission competitiveness. This variety means that there is a college out there that’s right for you—you’ll just need to find the best match and take the right steps to apply. Use these keys:

Preparation – preparing academically is the most important thing you can do to widen your college options and to help you succeed once you get there.

Planning – you’ll need to choose where to apply, understand their admission requirements, and stay on top of the deadlines for each college.

It’s more important than ever before to begin planning and preparing for college early, both financially and academically. The sooner you begin, the more tools you will have at your fingertips when it is time to enroll in the college of your choice.

Must Know Admission Tips When Planning for College

You don’t have to have all the answers just yet, but junior year of high school is the time to research your list of colleges, make note of important deadlines, and get ready for the admissions process this fall. The work you do planning for college now will help you feel more confident in the final applications you submit to schools. Luckily, there are lots of resources with important college admissions tips for kids and parents to improve a student’s odds of getting into the school of their dreams!

What Does Deferment Mean for Your College Acceptance?

After you send off all your highly-polished college applications, you will receive one of four answers from schools where you applied. The first two possibilities are straightforward — accepted or denied. The next two options are less clear — deferment or waitlist. These options are not a “yes” or a “no,” they’re more of a “maybe.” There are also differences between a college deferment and being put on a school’s waitlist.

Deferment vs.

What to Know About College Application Deadlines

College is around the corner. With only a year or two left until graduation, it’s time to start wrapping up those applications. If you’re serious about higher education, then you know that the application process really starts during your junior year of high school. Most college applications are due during the fall and winter of your senior year. That means you need to have your SATs or ACTs taken care of, request your official transcripts,

What to Know About College Application Deadlines

College is around the corner. With only a year or two left until
graduation, it’s time to start wrapping up those applications. If you’re
serious about higher education, then you know that the application process
really starts during your junior year of high school. Most college applications
are due during the fall and winter of your senior year. That means you need to
have your SATs or ACTs taken care of, request your official transcripts,

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