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/r/college is a place for real discussion related to college.

To maintain the quality of the discussion, we remove some types of content and ban users for certain violations of community norms. Help the mods improve this subreddit/enforce these rules by reporting posts that are irrelevant, pointless, or of poor quality.

Behavior that will result in a user ban:

  1. Posting spam, including but not limited to links to blogs, links to theodysseyonline or similar, copypasta, etc.
  2. Seeking personal gain, including but not limited to referrals, contests/giveaways, requests for votes or money, any attempt to sell your product/service/website, etc.
  3. Threats, harassment, or engaging in or advocating dangerous or illegal behavior, including but not limited to drugs and cheating services.

Other content that will typically be removed:

  1. Anything that does not positively contribute to meaningful discussion, including but not limited to memes, reaction gifs, surveys, videos, posts that are primarily venting/despondence, posts with titles that are non-specific/alarmist/unprofessional/deceptive/all caps/etc.
  2. Anything better answered by talking to your professor/adviser, reading the paperwork/syllabus, or doing your own research on the internet. This typically includes anything related to a specific textbook, professor, program, or university

Mods retain the right to remove content for any reason if deemed necessary


 

Quick Links/Resources

Common Application

FAFSA

College Board: SAT Website

ACT Website

US News College Rankings

Writing, Research, and Citation Help

Miscellaneous Information

Textbooks: How and Where

A Professor's Advice on How to Succeed in College

When is it Appropriate to Ask for Recommendation Letters?

Eating Cheaply

Dorm Essentials

Scholarship and Loan Resources

Check with your guidance counselor/advisor for local grants, first. You will probably have a better chance with them.

Federal Financial Aid

Student Loans

Fastweb

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

National Merit Scholarship

Other Related Subreddits

List of all college specific subreddits

/r/applyingtocollege

r/studentaffairs

r/reslife

r/gradschool

r/gradadmissions

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