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Attend a College Fair

A new college fair season is beginning! College fairs are a great way to start your college search.  They offer you the opportunity to get exposure to a broad range of colleges and universities all in one place. You will … Continue reading

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Should You Consider An Honors Program or College?

Honors colleges, and honors programs, usually reside within larger public universities. These schools-within-schools offer academically motivated students the opportunity to study in a smaller setting within a larger, often public, university. There are dozens of honor colleges and honors programs across … Continue reading

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Spring Is College Fair Season

Spring is here and it’s time to attend to a college fair! Meet admissions reps from a long list of schools at fairs in your own town or in a town nearby. Here’s how to get the most out of college … Continue reading

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Is There An Honors College/Program For You?

A path to consider, often off the main grid,  is the honors college. Honors colleges give students the opportunity to study in a smaller, more elite program within a larger, often public, university. There are dozens of honor colleges and … Continue reading

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Narrow Down Your Choices

There are an overwhelming number of college and universities.  How are you going to choose which ones to explore.  Think about your high school experience and your community. Do you want a college experience that is similar or are you … Continue reading

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The Power of Community College

We think Laura Bruno’s thoughts on the value of community college are relevant and timely as students consider their college options.   Laura Bruno is Assistant Dean of Enrollment Management at Queensborough Community College, The City University of New York, … Continue reading

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The Power of Community Colleges

Laura Bruno is Assistant Dean of Enrollment Management at Queensborough Community College, The City University of New York, where she is responsible for providing strategic direction and leadership of the College’s Student Enrollment Services division, including the Offices of Admissions & Recruitment, … Continue reading

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