A recent NY Times article mentions that according to a 2012 end of year survey by the Higher Education Research Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles 39% of first year students at less selective campuses said they had gone home frequently. As the article indicates, this is a concern at regional campuses and is a […]
Does your heart skip a beat each time you see an email in your inbox from a college you applied to? Trying to interpret if it means you have been accepted? Read these three tips to avoid confusion.
I am looking forward to serving the Rocky Mountain Region as the new Admissions Practices Chair! What does an Admissions Practices Chair do? Read more to find out.
How can you demonstrate interest effectively? Here are some tips straight from college admissions representatives.
During a recent visit to Reno, Nevada for the “SuperACAC” Conference I had the opportunity to join other college counselors on a tour of University of Nevada, Reno.
During a recent visit to Johnson and Wales University I asked a couple staff members about what kind of student is the right fit for your school?
During a recent visit to the University of Northern Colorado I asked a friend who works in their residence life office for tips to give to incoming first year students when filling out their housing application. Hear what she has to say!
During a recent visit to Syracuse University in Syracuse, NY Cara and her tour guide Justin talk about the importance of choosing a college where it is possible to study a variety of disciplines and where it is easy to change your mind and change your major.
The bulletin boards you find at a college give great insight into what is happening on campus. Make sure you stop to take a look during your next college visit.