The best way to determine which colleges have admitted you is by asking yourself which criteria are most important.
You may want to consider:1.
You’ve completed your degree and have a job lined up to help you financially.2.
You have a good GPA and have the ability to work toward a degree.3.
You are actively pursuing a career.4.
You can work at a company that will pay well.5.
You’re a good student who is doing well in school and are able to complete the requirements.6.
You will have an asset to put toward paying for your own college.7.
You do not need to apply for scholarships or apply to for-profit colleges.8.
You’ll likely earn an income for at least two years that can support you financially in college.9.
You’d like to get your degree in the area of a field you are passionate about.10.
You want to live in a state where you can earn some money in a relatively short amount of time.11.
You believe you will be able to pay for college.12.
You think that a college degree will help you with your future employment.13.
You prefer that you live near your college of choice.14.
You love the outdoors and love the company of your friends.15.
You value personal freedom.16.
You would like to work as a cashier, waitress, bartender, or waitress.17.
You plan to earn enough money to cover your expenses while you’re attending college.18.
You need to live with family members in order to make payments on your loans.19.
You don’t think you’ll need the money for a family home in order for you to attend college.20.
You hope to live close to where you work.21.
You just finished your undergraduate degree and want to pursue a career in a related field.22.
You know you can make ends meet if you can get by on your own.23.
You feel that your current salary is adequate for your future earning potential.24.
You enjoy the outdoors.25.
You admire your family and the culture of the area you are currently living in.26.
You expect to be able at some point to retire.27.
You work part-time jobs to make ends meets and want a good pay in retirement.28.
You fear that you may not be able or willing to retire early in order that you can work full-time.29.
You consider yourself lucky and are not in a position to retire at the end of your term.30.
You aren’t sure what you want to do with your life after college.31.
You find that it is difficult to meet the obligations of your current career.32.
You seek to meet and maintain an acceptable standard of living in order not to make too much money and not have to worry about your future.