Then use your sense of humor, sense of outrage, sense of injustice—or just plain good sense—to explain why the story engages your attention.
(500 words) Option 2: If someone gave you a $50 million grant, how would you use it to make New York City a better place?
Option 1: Pick a story of local, national, or international importance from the front page of any newspaper.
Identify your source and give the date the article appeared.
Think: Spend a few minutes thinking about the college journey you will soon be embarking on.
Write: In the space below, please tell us how ACU's focus on academics and faith fits your expectations of your college experience. Share with us the moments or experiences that have led you to apply to Babson College.(Maximum 750 words.) The personal statement is optional for most students; however, if you've taken a GAP semester/year or if you're completing a post-grad year, this section is required to explain your activities over that time period.Scholar citizens are committed to pursuing academic excellence while also engaging real-world issues.Jesuit education considers the liberal arts a pathway to intellectual growth and character formation.What beliefs and values inform your decisions and actions today, and how will Boston College assist you in becoming a person who thinks and acts for the common good? Dual Degree Program provides an opportunity to explore your interests and prepare for the future in two distinct learning environments.(500-800 words) You must submit an essay (250-word minimum) detailing your personal call to a career in vocational/bi-vocational church-related Christian ministry.Be as specific as possible regarding the details of your call and what type of ministry you feel called to pursue. You must submit an essay (250-word minimum) detailing your personal call to a career in vocational/bi-vocational church-related Christian ministry.You are invited to respond to the writing supplement with either a traditional essay (500 words maximum) OR a one-minute video.No preference is given to either format in admission decisions.What is a significant challenge facing scholar citizens in the 21st century?How will a liberal arts and sciences education help equip you to address that challenge?