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How To Research Colleges

April 15, 2016

Starting your college list is an exciting time but can also be overwhelming with so many options and a wealth of information available at our fingertips. Before you begin your search, it is important to consider what you are looking for in a college experience. To learn more about this process, click here and here.

Getting Started On Your College List

March 29, 2016

Creating a best-fit college list is a process that you must commit to.  It takes time, reflection, and research. As you begin creating your list, remember that you want to find a college that will help you grow academically AND personally.  Asking some core questions about yourself during this process and answering honestly is essential for you to zero in on the range of schools that appeal to you. Ready to begin exploring colleges in more depth?

College Admissions Planning Tips For Juniors

February 8, 2016

The following are a few tips to help you prepare for your college application process ahead. These tips cover a lot of ground. It can seem daunting at times, but take a deep breath and look at this as a challenge that your are up for and that you have lots of resources to lean into.Student Planning

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Demonstrated Interest: Getting the attention of your top-choice college

April 14, 2015

Once you have an idea of where you would like to apply, it’s time to start building a long-term relationship with these schools far in advance of the application season.  Meaningful contact with multiple school reps over time helps you authentically “demonstrate interest” in attending.  Your established and documented interest differentiates you from other equally qualified applicants and could very well be the difference between a yes and a no!

Starting The College List

March 16, 2015

With so many colleges to think about (3,500 in the United States alone!), one of the most common questions we get asked is “Where the heck do I start?!”  

Great question.  And while you may be tempted to just refer to the rankings, we urge you to resist!  These lists are more often based on artificial distinctions and subjective opinions.  But even more importantly, these “rankings” ignore the most important information – whether or not the school is the right fit for you.