Juston, who graduated from TCC before transferring to VCU, encouraged Brandon to become involved in TCC’s many student activities in addition to taking classes.
Brandon took the advice, becoming a senator with the Student Government Association and later president of the SGA on the Chesapeake Campus.
Supplemental essay questions typically ask why you want to attend a school or a program.
They may also ask you to showcase your talents, tell your unique story, and/or emphasize your ability to contribute on campus.
Brandon Morgan stared at the words, unsure of what to say. “I really thought of it just being schools in Virginia.” Morgan was accepted at James Madison University, Virginia Commonwealth University and Drexel University after graduating from Grassfield High in 2010, but finances led him to TCC.
The 2012 Tidewater Community College graduate left for the Ivy League, private research college in Ithaca, N. “When I first thought of the idea, ‘From here, go anywhere,’ I never thought of it being anywhere,” Morgan says.
You might even present a theme or two with supporting anecdotes. Describe a time in your career when you were frustrated or disappointed.
In short, you have plenty of room to be creative and to reveal what makes you interesting. How will an MBA from Ross help you to achieve those goals? What advice would you give to a colleague who was dealing with a similar situation?
At the bottom of this email, you’ll find a link to supplemental essay questions released by different colleges like the University of Michigan, UNC Chapel Hill, and University of Chicago.
But first, here’s a quick overview on what the supplemental essays are all about.