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Student Harvee Patel conducts research at Erskine College

Choosing a Career Path

Some of us know what job we want from the time we’re children. Some of us know what we want to major in before we even start high school. Some of us…not so much. Choosing a college major and career…

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Erskine professor Briana Van Scoy poses at baccalaureate with two students

5 Tips for choosing a college

If you’re a junior or senior in high school, you have a lot of decisions to make. First, you have to answer the question, Do I want to attend college? If you answered yes to that, the next question is,…

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Students walk on the Erskine Mall in fall

Your Guide to College Visits

If you’re visiting a college, that probably means you’re serious about the school. You've done some research, and you’ve taken time out of your busy schedule, maybe even traveled several hours, just to see this school. But how do you…

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Students walk Erskine's campus

Campus Visit Checklist

Are you thinking about your college options? Part of your decision will probably rely on the campus visit. Touring the colleges you're most interested in will help you decide which school's atmosphere and culture are right for you. Get the…

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Five College Search Tips for the Christian Student

You’ve probably gotten a lot of advice about the college search from parents, friends, teachers, and—let’s be real—Google searches. But if you’re a Christian student, are there additional factors you should consider?   In this article, we’ll walk through five important…

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Erskine and Due West Skyline

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