Dear Class of 2017, if you thought the Redesigned SAT was the only new wrench being thrown at you in the college admissions process, think again. Last week, a group of about 80 prestigious colleges and universities, including all of the Ivies, Stanford, UChicago, prominent liberal arts colleges such as Williams, Swarthmore, and Amherst, and […]
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It is no secret that paying for ACT can be pricey. Many students have trouble finding the funds to pay for everything. Good news! If you qualify, you could save money by waiving the fee of your test. Just like the SAT isn’t the only standardized test a student can take to apply for college, […]
With College application season starting, scholarship season follows closely behind. Whether you are a senior planning for the years to come or a current college student seeking additional scholarships, these sites will direct you to countless scholarships that you qualify for, for free!
Yup, you read that right. We technology-savvy millenials have all heard (over the sound of our own tweeting) the warning, “Be careful what you post.” And it turns out, when it comes to college application season, those five words ought to be engraved onto our iPhones.
We’re about one month away from the first wave of “goodbyes.” And chances are, if you or one of your friends is headed to a college with a semester system, you’re beginning to find the packing process just a tiny bit daunting. It’s difficult to still enjoy a healthy immersion into your summer when attempting […]
The college admissions process has become increasingly mysterious over the years. Why are debate champions with 2400s getting rejected? How come some kids get into Harvard, but not into big state schools with higher acceptance rates? What’s the deal?
It’s summer, which means it’s time for beach, pool, sleeping in, vacation, road trips, afternoon movie marathons, summer jobs, and….college applications. If, in about a year from now, you are dreaming of clutching an acceptance letter to your dream school in your triumphant fist, then it’s time to start thinking about your applications (if you […]
Amidst all of the tests, the homework assignments, the figuring out of your future, it can feel particularly daunting to approach NCAA coaches – but it doesn’t have to. Below you will find some key tips (things that I wish I would have understood beforehand) to help smooth out the ups and downs of athletic […]
One of the absolute worst parts of the recruitment process is merely trying to decipher the NCAA’s policies on when you can and cannot do things.
Back in March, 11 of my classmates and I travelled to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico to volunteer at a preschool called Centro Infantil San Pablo. We were excited for the trip, but we didn’t really have a true idea of what was in store for us. The experience ended up being life changing.