I just watched a video that was referred to me by a friend on Facebook. I often ignore these links, but this one clearly had a college theme–and my friend thought it was hilarious. So I clicked on it. It was hilarious. And you should watch it for the entertainment value. But you should also […]
Do you regret that picture your friend took at a party a few months back? Are you sorry that you posted that negative comment about one of your teachers? If you are a high school senior, now is the time to clean up your on-line profile.
A new study from Kaplan shows that more admissions counselors than ever before are considering social networking sites when reviewing prospective applicants for admission. It may be time to clean up that profile!
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Many colleges these days have Facebook pages that are maintained by admissions departments. So, before you go posting negative things on a college’s Facebook wall, read my thoughts and remember how important it is to be nice in a public forum.
Check out the Common Application Facebook page for some helpful tips as you work on your application.
On a recent tour of colleges and universities in Pennsylvania, I kept noticing that most of the common spaces on these campuses were relatively quiet. Obviously, the time of day and the day of the week can make a difference in how many people one observes scurrying through student centers. And yet, one of my […]
Embarrassing photos? Foul language? Clean it up–admissions officers are watching!
Facebook’s impact on college admissions continues to increase.
Facebook groups allow students to meet their future classmates eight months early.