Amanda Jewell.

The University of Texas at Austin

I applied for The University of Texas at Austin and got rejected. I went to Texas Tech University and then transferred to UT Austin in Fall of 2018. When I was going through my journey of getting into my dream school, I wished there were videos that told me how to get in. That's why I put together this video of the steps I followed to get into UT as a transfer student in college. In this video I talk about your GPA, college resume, recommendation letters, motivation, law of attraction, and more that will help YOU get into your dream school of UT Austin.

Jessie H.

University of Florida

The HUB and the Reitz Union are the two main areas to stop by for food in between classes. In this video, I show you the main food spots both provide and tell you a little bit more of the options available based on general preferences. Personally, I find myself at UF's personal convenience store a lot for sushi. It's a bit pricey but it's hard to be picky when you're on the go.

Amanda Gordon.

New York University

In this video an NYU film student discusses her creative portfolio for the NYU film application and shares her experience and advice about how to get into NYU as a film major.

Mia Roslin.

University of Rhode Island

Hillside Hall is a freshman residence hall and in my opinion, the best one! I loved living here. I filmed this so incoming students can get a feel for the size and structure of a typical freshman dorm room.

Nina Gonzales.

Colorado State University-Fort Collins

This is my interview with Alyse Oxenford, who is majoring in Zoology on the Pre-Vet track! Alyse s a third-year student originally from Golden, CO. We talk to her about the dynamics at CSU and why she chose to come here!

Nerea Blanco.

CUNY Brooklyn College

Like most students, I live in an apartment off-campus. After living in the dorms for a year, I decided this was the right choice for me. It costs less than living in the residence hall so I save money, and I get so much more space and freedom. This is not a college-owned apartment, it is my own that I found with a realtor. I just wanted to give an example of what a New York City apartment may be like for those who have never seen one. Not all look the same, but I would say based on the ones I have seen (especially the ones close to campus) that this is on average a good example.

Jessika Quijada.

Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)

Here's my introduction. My name is Jessika and I'm a first year at RIT. I am originally from Houston, Texas. In this video I talk about my favorite and least favorite things about RIT and more. I hope you enjoy this tour!

Amanda Jewell.

The University of Texas at Austin

In this video Amanda Jewell talks about how COVID has affected her college experience at UT Austin. She gives advice to applicants and students on how to navigate this new normal, stay motivated, and so much more!

Samantha Sadoff.

University of Southern California

This unique classroom environment is a fun elective open to all majors!

Nick Weaver.

Clemson University

This video shows the viewer how a college student at Clemson goes through his day and also shows interesting happenings that are out of the ordinary/"behind the scenes".

Julia Giunta.

Penn State University

This is a tour of a renovated dorm located in south livings halls! South halls are directly next to College Ave, a very popular street in State College! College Ave is full of restaurants, shops, and different things to do everyday and night!

Paisley Fernandez.

University of Houston

Hey guys! This is just my introduction video so you can know more about me before we tour my beautiful campus!

Bree Andruzzi.

University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

This is a look into game days and what the sports arenas look like.

Emma Kathleen.

University of Kansas

Hi everyone! My name is Emma Starks, I am a sophomore at the University of Kansas. I am studying broadcast journalism and theatre. I am so excited to show you what life is like here at KU. Rock Chalk!

Lauren Critelli.

University of Maryland-College Park

Lauren takes us into an academic building that's known for humanities classes. Her journalism professor, Adam Longo, talks about his Broadcast News Reporting class and whether Lauren is a good student or not!!

Amanda Jewell.

The University of Texas at Austin

I applied for The University of Texas at Austin and got rejected. I went to Texas Tech University and then transferred to UT Austin in Fall of 2018. When I was going through my journey of getting into my dream school, I wished there were videos that told me how to get in. That's why I put together this video of the steps I followed to get into UT as a transfer student in college. In this video I talk about your GPA, college resume, recommendation letters, motivation, law of attraction, and more that will help YOU get into your dream school of UT Austin.

Jessie H.

University of Florida

The HUB and the Reitz Union are the two main areas to stop by for food in between classes. In this video, I show you the main food spots both provide and tell you a little bit more of the options available based on general preferences. Personally, I find myself at UF's personal convenience store a lot for sushi. It's a bit pricey but it's hard to be picky when you're on the go.

Amanda Gordon.

New York University

In this video an NYU film student discusses her creative portfolio for the NYU film application and shares her experience and advice about how to get into NYU as a film major.

Mia Roslin.

University of Rhode Island

Hillside Hall is a freshman residence hall and in my opinion, the best one! I loved living here. I filmed this so incoming students can get a feel for the size and structure of a typical freshman dorm room.

Nina Gonzales.

Colorado State University-Fort Collins

This is my interview with Alyse Oxenford, who is majoring in Zoology on the Pre-Vet track! Alyse s a third-year student originally from Golden, CO. We talk to her about the dynamics at CSU and why she chose to come here!

Nerea Blanco.

CUNY Brooklyn College

Like most students, I live in an apartment off-campus. After living in the dorms for a year, I decided this was the right choice for me. It costs less than living in the residence hall so I save money, and I get so much more space and freedom. This is not a college-owned apartment, it is my own that I found with a realtor. I just wanted to give an example of what a New York City apartment may be like for those who have never seen one. Not all look the same, but I would say based on the ones I have seen (especially the ones close to campus) that this is on average a good example.

Jessika Quijada.

Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)

Here's my introduction. My name is Jessika and I'm a first year at RIT. I am originally from Houston, Texas. In this video I talk about my favorite and least favorite things about RIT and more. I hope you enjoy this tour!

Amanda Jewell.

The University of Texas at Austin

In this video Amanda Jewell talks about how COVID has affected her college experience at UT Austin. She gives advice to applicants and students on how to navigate this new normal, stay motivated, and so much more!

Samantha Sadoff.

University of Southern California

This unique classroom environment is a fun elective open to all majors!

Nick Weaver.

Clemson University

This video shows the viewer how a college student at Clemson goes through his day and also shows interesting happenings that are out of the ordinary/"behind the scenes".

Julia Giunta.

Penn State University

This is a tour of a renovated dorm located in south livings halls! South halls are directly next to College Ave, a very popular street in State College! College Ave is full of restaurants, shops, and different things to do everyday and night!

Paisley Fernandez.

University of Houston

Hey guys! This is just my introduction video so you can know more about me before we tour my beautiful campus!

Bree Andruzzi.

University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

This is a look into game days and what the sports arenas look like.

Emma Kathleen.

University of Kansas

Hi everyone! My name is Emma Starks, I am a sophomore at the University of Kansas. I am studying broadcast journalism and theatre. I am so excited to show you what life is like here at KU. Rock Chalk!

Lauren Critelli.

University of Maryland-College Park

Lauren takes us into an academic building that's known for humanities classes. Her journalism professor, Adam Longo, talks about his Broadcast News Reporting class and whether Lauren is a good student or not!!

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