Mark goes to the University of Miami to illustrate that if you want to get accepted to a great private college and need financial aid, your grades had better match your enthusiasm.
Mark goes to Stetson University and advises those trying to find the right college to consider fraternities and sororities, whether they’re something you want to be a part of or not.
Mark goes to Lynn University to discuss their decision to trade books for iPads. Students interested in getting into a tech-savvy college may want to consider Lynn.
Mark reviews Stetson University in sunny Florida. If you’re trying to find the right college, this one may be it with its myriad opportunities for leadership and community engagement.
With the new SAT complicating the admissions process, college admissions expert Mark Montgomery gives guidance to a high school junior with hopes of getting into a great college.
Mark Montgomery, expert on college admissions, talks about Columbia University. If you want to get into an Ivy League school, consider Columbia, in the heart of New York with an excellent core curriculum.
Mark answers the question keeping many high school students up at night: if you have bad grades, can you still get accepted to a great college?
Mark goes to Rollins College and explains that when you’re considering accepting a college’s admissions offer, remember that the “free” perks aren’t really so free.
Mark goes to the campus of Rollins College, named America’s most beautiful campus by the Princeton Review.
Mark advises students to understand exactly what will be expected of them before choosing to attend a college.