Wait-list larger than projected size for Class of 2013 The University’s 1,331-person wait-list is larger than those of many of its peer institutions in a year when Dean of Admission Janet Rapelye said economic turmoil has meant yield predictions are especially uncertain. While peer institutions have this year — and in recent years — opted […]
Planning for college takes time. It’s never too early to start thinking about where you want to go and what you want to study. Take stock of your college planning concerns before you start applying to different schools.
College planning guide and preparation workbook for students in grades 9 thru 12. TERI, helps to promote access to education at all levels for students of all ages and backgrounds. Founded in 1985, they are a nonprofit organization with two primary programs: 1. Guaranteed private education loan programs, which have helped over one million students access loans […]
Guest Blogger: Jill Howell, Education Consultant Question: My junior son is a smart kid. Good grades came easily to him in junior high, but since he has been in high school his grades have suffered significantly because he does not do a majority of his homework assignments. His GPA is currently in the 3’s and […]
Guest Blogger: Jill Howell, Education Consultant Question: My daughter is a native Spanish speaker; she also can write and read. It seems that most colleges require at least two years of a foreign language. Will it be better for her to enroll in the Spanish class (it’s the only language the school offers) just to […]