Showing a college that you care is a smart way to increase a student’s chances of being awarded a scholarship by that school. More commonly known as “demonstrated interest”, this is a method of connecting with the colleges that a student is interested in and showing them how much the student would like to be accepted and attend.
Do you know what “college fit” is? Are you looking for the perfect fit for your son or daughter? Do you wonder how on earth you will sift through all the choices and come up with a list of good fits for your student?
College rejections. They are coming. What’s the real truth behind college rejections? I’ve found some very wise words from some very wise experts.
With spring comes college visits and college interviews. The impression a college gets of your student will affect their admission decision. Dressing for success is so much more than the clothes your student wears.
When writing a college essay, you need to be original and stand out — but in a good way. Try these tips.
Ever wonder how admissions committee members look at your social media profile during the college application review? What are they looking for and which sites do they explore? Will your profile make the cut? Our guest on #CampusChat, Wednesday, May 28, 2014 is Alan Katzman, founder of Social Assurity (@SocialAssurity) a consultancy focused on how to help students build & manage a responsible online presence. Alan, former General...