A project for the subreddit r/college, titled “How to Change your College Plans,” aims to help prospective college students make their plans more flexible and flexible for the future.
This week, the subreddit’s founder, Alyssa Nadeau, made the decision to make the plan free to download and use for the duration of the election.
“We’ve had many students tell us that they want to keep the same plans, but now they can choose how to make changes, and they’re free to do so,” Nadeus wrote.
“The whole thing is really simple: All you need to do is click on the ‘Change’ button on the top of the page.”
You can also edit and download the plan to the College Planer app, which will be available to download to any device with a web browser.
As of now, the College Planning tool has only been available to students enrolled in a public college or university, but Nadeaus hopes to add more colleges to the list in the future, which would help make college planning easier for everyone.
“In the future we plan to open up the College Plans to anyone that wants to join,” Nadesau wrote.
The College Planning app has only just started to roll out, but will also be available on the CollegePlaner app later this week.
It will take a few days before the Collegeplaner app is ready for use, but once it is, it will work as a standard app for everyone who has a college plan.
Nadeaux hopes that the Collegeplans app will be the best way for people to keep their college plans flexible, and that it will allow people to choose the plan they want the most out of their education.
The app also provides a dashboard for students to track their progress, as well as a tab for people who want to submit their plans for review.
“Our hope is that the college planning app will become the one place where people can keep tabs on their college and their college plan, and have that feedback from a bunch of different people that they can reach out to to get a better plan,” Naves said.