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Who Are You?

Soon, you’ll be submitting your test scores, your academic transcript and a summary of your extracurricular activities along with all your college applications.  How will you tell Admissions who you really are, what you have to offer and what you’ll … Continue reading

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The Start Of A New School Year

Welcome back! The 2018/19 school year has begun. To our incoming freshman college class, we hope you take a look at Frank Bruni’s column in The New York Times: How to Get The Most Out of College. Bruni offers invaluable … Continue reading

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Summer Time Suggestions

Summer’s here!  Whether you plan to work, volunteer, study or play, carve out some time to focus on your college application process. Rising seniors, get a head start on your applications. Work on your essays, and open and work on … Continue reading

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Jumpstart Your College Essay

Rising seniors, get a head start on your college applications and write your essays this summer! Writing your essays without the pressure of schoolwork is a great way to get your college process underway. Then, when fall comes, you’ll be able … Continue reading

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Colleges That Are Still Accepting Applications For Fall 2018

According to the National Association of College Admission Counseling’s (NACAC) College Openings Update, hundreds of colleges and universities still have openings, financial aid, and housing available to qualified freshman and/or transfer students for the Fall 2018 semester.  The Update allows you … Continue reading

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Will it Become Law that High School Students Apply to College?

As reported in USA Today, two New Mexico lawmakers are promoting their proposal to require high school juniors to either apply to at least one college or demonstrate they have made other post-graduation plans. The bill is being sponsored by … Continue reading

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Supplementary Materials

You may be considering sending additional information in support of your application. Supplementary materials can enhance a strong application and may help tip the admission decision in your favor.  However, submit supplements only if you feel very strongly that this … Continue reading

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