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Tips mention: Interview (5), ACT/SAT (9), Grades (25), Sports/Extracurriculars (10), College Essay (3)
Iona, takes everyone who has Money, especially, if youApr 27 2016Undecided
Iona, takes everyone who has Money, especially, if you have money upfront. Money is the key to get into Iona. Students are taking out big loans, and remember, you have to pay back the big loans with big interest rates, and Iona doesn't assist you - with tutoring support - it's limited, and Iona doesn't do much to assist students get jobs - to pay back your Big loans.
It's very easy to get into Iona College, theyApr 26 2016Unknown
It's very easy to get into Iona College, they need to meet their numbers for their budget. Do homework. Why pay to attend a college with a 58 percent graduation rate - that's a bad failing score. If you received a 58 on an exam, that's RED FAILURE. Iona needs an entire new Management plan, and needs to put the students on the top of their priority list. If they did, maybe graduation rates would start to improve.
What Big corporations, organizations want to partner with a college with such low graduation rates?
Everyone gets inApr 23 2016Psychology
Everyone gets in. Don't go here, it will ruin your life.
Do your homeworkApr 22 2016Unknown
Do your homework. It's easy to get into Iona. Google Iona, and Iona's rankings. Try to have conversations with Alums, especially in your field of interest. Ask them did Iona help you get a job in your field and an internship. Go to the Career Development office and ask to see hiring reports. Ask if you can attend their job fairs - while in High School - so you can learn what corporations and organizations hire Iona students.
Do your homework.
Iona isn't a competitive school to get into - they accept most applicants - Iona is concerned about meeting their numbers and Deposits - that's all. Iona's Management should care about the educational quality of the current students - not just dorms and basketball.
Iona takes most everyone - they want your moneyApr 14 2016Unknown
Iona takes most everyone - they want your money. Do your homework before you take out a college loan - with high interest rates - to attend Iona. If you are going to spend a lot of money for college, choose a competitive college - and get return for your investment, and make sure you enroll in a college that has extensive job partners for all majors.
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