Join a renowned college admissions consultant in a Live Webinar
Higher Ed and Covid-19: What’s Changed and What Hasn’t?
April 29, 6:30 p.m. EDT (4:30 p.m. MDT)
What You’ll Discover in This Live Webinar
Understand how colleges are responding to the Corona pandemic.
Discover how you can guide your choice in selecting a college by focusing on the unchanged aspects of the college admission process.
Identify various scenarios—the “What ifs?”—that may color the admission process and how you can adjust.
Presented by Dr. Mark Montgomery
Mark Montgomery, PhD, brings his years of experience as a teacher, professor, and college administrator to
help his clients navigate the admissions process in
light of COVID-19.
Having attended and worked at top colleges (Dartmouth, Tufts, Harvard, Yale), he understands what it takes to be a top student and the unchanging processes that you can rely on to get your family though these troubled times.
Mark and his team have one of the best (if not the best)
track records in getting students into their desired colleges.
Everything Has Changed Because of Covid-19 and Yet Some Things Never Will
What You Need to Know
What do families—and high school students—need to know about the college admissions process in these times of upheaval and uncertainty?
A Live Webinar
This Live Webinar starts with a presentation of the “three secrets” of college admissions.
Learn What's Changed
In times of change, these are the unchanging aspects of the process.
Avoid Common Mistakes
Surprisingly, these secrets are the things that almost every family gets wrong as they embark on the college selection and application process.
Maximize Your Interests
Understanding these secrets will empower you to maximize your own interests—no matter what changes Covid-19 brings to the landscape.
In This FREE 60-Minute Training You'll Discover...
We will address the ways in which Covid-19 will change—or not—the way in which high school students and their families navigate this landscape.
Certainly there will be changes. For example:
- SAT and ACT tests have been canceled
- More schools are going test optional—at least temporarily
- State universities will get less funding from state legislatures
- Summer programs are being canceled
And then there are the “What ifs”:
- What if the stock market doesn’t go back up?
- What if financial aid dollars shrink?
- What if colleges cannot open in the fall?
- What if colleges have to close up again due to another spike in infections?
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