School’s Back! Take a look at our DEC Newsletter articles this month to help you understand virtual learning, financial aid, demonstrated interest and an archaeology major. 

  • Making the Most of Virtual Learning – Assuming that your fall semester will be either 100% online or a hybrid form of online and in-person classes, how can you make the very best of this new way of learning? 
  • Majoring in Archeology – Archaeology is the study of cultures from the new and old past, a study done primarily by analyzing evidence such as human remains or artefacts excavated from sites. Majors can choose from a variety of career paths.
  • The Language of Financial Aid – College financial aid is filled with a dizzying variety of acronyms. To make the process easier, we offer a handy translation guide.
  • Demonstrating Interest – COVID Edition – Traditionally, students have been able to show their interest through personal contact as a way of telling a college – hey, I like you! How do you do that utilizing a virtual world?
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