NJ college counselor’s stories of athletic recruiting continue with the tale of a women’s soccer goalie who put academic fit before athletic fit.
Andrea brings to light another story of athletic recruiting. This time, it’s about field hockey and a lesson learned about patience with the process.
Colleges want students to think outside of the box when crafting their application essays. But, when is taking a risk too risky? Here are some tips for what to do and what not to do with your college essays.
Just when you thought you had figured out the rules around your college application submissions, along comes Single Choice Early Action (aka Restrictive Early Action). Read on to find out about all your application submission options from Early to Rolling to Regular Decision.
Our guest-blogging immigration attorney, Laurie Woog, continues her exploration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and its implications for undocumented students interested in attending college.
When is a commitment not a commitment? When a student is involved in college athletic recruiting. Athletes are being recruited earlier and earlier in their high school careers to play on college teams. Learn what to watch out for if you’re going through the process.
When you’re an international student studying in the United States, your options for employment are limited, but they do exist! Read on to find out in what situations you may be able to work.
What do Friday the 13th and the Common App have in common? Read on to find out!
Now that you’ve received your F-1 Visa, what should you do to ensure that you keep it? Laurie Woog, an immigration attorney who understands potential issues with student F-1 Visas, explains what you need to look out for.