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Thoughts and advice for new college students from Silver Lake College students

Posted By Jamie Grant On March 16, 2017

thoughts and advice for new college students from silver lake college students

Silver Lake College is an academic institution dedicated to providing a sense of academic excellence and Franciscan values to its students. But for many students, Silver Lake College is much more than just an academic institution and is more like a home, a community and a place where students can exceed and grow to the best of their abilities.

But, we’ll let some of SLC’s own students do thetalking.

In the video below are some Silver Lake College students speaking on their experiences at SLC and why it has proven to be the college for them.

One student offers her take on what the college search and admissions process should be like:

“I think the advice I would give is definitely come visit because then you can really get a feel for what you like, sit in on a class and apply to more schools than you think you want to. Go through the process. Write the papers. It’ll be so worth it because once you have options, you can really narrow in on where you felt most at home. Small schools aren’t for everyone, but it’s definitely the place for me.”

Another SLC student says it simply:

“Silver Lake is a small school, and you get everything you need here.”


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