Inside College Admissions
We work with thousands of students each year as they go through the college search process. We know it can be a stressful time, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Luther’s Inside College Admissions blog covers many topics. Campus visits, applying for college, getting financial aid, and preparing to arrive at college—to name a few. Browse for tips, ideas, and reassurance. We’re here to help!
What will your college living space look like? From lofting your bed, creating a comfortable desk space, to deciding how to store your laundry, this post will provide you with lots of great tips on how you can create an efficient and inviting space.
Is working for free worth your time and energy? In this post, Matias Parada ’22 shares what he’s learned this summer and how it’s impacted his major, career, and relationships in the community.
Are you planning for college and wondering how you're going to manage it all? Get some handy tips and read about the many benefits of keeping a calendar.
How do you find a work-study job, know what classes to take, or get involved during your first year of college? Check out this post to learn about some valuable resources that can help you prepare and get started.
Not sure what you want to study in college? Luther student Melany Nicole Ruiz Torres ’22 shares some resources and experiences that can help you decide.
Learn from Luther student Matias Parada ’22 about his experience and how it’s a time filled with moving in, learning about your classes and where to eat, meeting new friends, and fun.
In this post, coordinator Paul Hemenway shares how work study can be more than just earning a paycheck-it can also teach you valuable life skills.
How will you prepare for college finals? Read some tips on how to set your priorities and determine the best ways to tackle them.
In this post, Professor Jeff Wilkerson talks about his experience as an academic advisor and shares some valuable insights on how we can all support a major-changing student.
Learn how the costs of lifestyle choices and little necessities can add up when you're in college. Read this post to find out what those items are and how to plan for them.