College Admission Blog

Tales from the College Athletic Recruiting Trenches: Girl’s Lacrosse

Are you interested in being recruited as a college lacrosse player? Andrea Aronson brings you first-hand stories and lessons from a lacrosse recruit who has just been through the process.

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George Washington University Offers Booze Cruise to Admitted Students. NOT.

Mark Montgomery, discusses admitted student events, or yield events, and the steadily increasing sophistication of these events. In an article for the GWU student newpapers that admissions offers might even consider offering booze cruises for their admitted students. But then that would be ridiculous.

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Most Popular Majors by State: Wyoming Is Full of Anthropologists

Mark highlights a recent study of the most popular majors in each state.

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College Admissions Coach Visits Caltech

Mark visits the California Institute of Technology, or Caltech, to discuss this incredibly exclusive school.

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College Admissions Expert Interviews Campus Tour Guide

Mark interviews Nathan, a tour guide at Occidental College in Los Angeles, California.

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International Student Immigration Issues: H1b Quota Met as of April 7th and Lessons Learned

Laurie Woog, an attorney who focuses on immigration and naturalization law, gives insight into the H1B cap and why college and graduate students need to hurry up when filing.

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Educational Consultant on Co-Ed Bathrooms: You Get Used to ‘Em

Mark takes the mystique out of co-ed bathrooms, which are being adopted by many schools with no apparent ill effect.

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Educational Consultant on the Grad to Undergrad Ratio

Mark speaks about the ambiguity of the graduate/undergraduate ratio of a college's student body.

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