Applying to College in Three Simple Steps [INFOGRAPHIC]

Applying to College in Three Simple Steps [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Once you find a school with a degree program that matches your career goals and you commit to taking the first step toward achieving your academic goals, you have to formally apply to college.

The application process can seem intimidating at first—especially if you have never applied to college before—but, in fact, it can be quite simple.

Here’s how it works at the Johnson & Wales University College of Online Education.

First, every applicant is assigned a dedicated online admissions associate who works one-on-one with them to ensure they have a full understanding of the program, how it matches with the applicant’s career goals, which documents/steps need to be completed to be considered for admissions (requirements vary based on undergraduate or graduate degree programs), etc.

Not only that, but JWU Online makes every effort to make the application process as quick and effortless as possible—the application is fully online, transcripts can be requested on behalf of the student, and a short survey can stand in for a full letter of recommendation.

This infographic gives a snapshot of the application process from start to finish. Start your journey today!

For more information on how to get started on your degree at JWU Online, fill out the “Request Info” form on this page, call 855-JWU-1881, or email [email protected].

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