How to Find a Roommate When Attending Golf Academy of America
Apr 11, 2017
By: Adam Riedel
Are you stuck trying to figure out how to make your budget work to attend Golf Academy of America? I get it. Tuition, rent, personal bills, gas, golf balls — it adds up quick. It can make the idea of relocating to attend golf college seem a little intimidating.
Have you considered a roommate? It’s a very simple process and could save you as much as half of what you were originally thinking you would be spending on an apartment.
The Golf Academy of America has multiple start dates each year with anywhere from 20 to 100 students starting at any given time. Chances are there is someone else thinking the same thing you are: “How in the world am I going to make this work?” Here’s how we help in four steps.
- Step One: Work with the Financial Planning team to get your funding put in place.
- Step Two: Once your funding is completed, call your Admissions Representative to start your roommate search.
- Step Three: Your Admissions Representative will email you a questionnaire that you will need to fill out and send back. They will upload your information into a database and start working with you and every other student that is interested to find a match.
- Step Four: You will contact the matches your rep suggests. Discuss and decide if the person is going to work for you. If not, you will move on to the next option.
If you have other questions about relocation, be sure to check out my blog offering tips and tricks to make your move to Golf Academy of America.
Adam Riedel is a Golf Academy of America graduate and senior Admissions Representative at Golf Academy of America in Myrtle Beach.