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Transylvania Vice President for Enrollment and Student Life Holly Sheilley was recently featured by The Lane Report in its cover article on the value of a college education. Sheilley, along with higher education leaders from some of Kentucky’s public and private colleges, responded to a series of questions about what students attending college can expect…
You’re an upperclassman, you’ve taken a standardized test like the ACT or SAT once or twice (or three times for good measure) and visited a college fair or two.
And then it happens.
COLLEGE MAIL OVERLOAD.
For those of you new to the college search – it can be overwhelming. Where do you start? Who do you trust? There are lots of good and bad information on the Internet. And, many students fall into immediate pitfalls…but luckily, you won’t be one of them! Here are 6 common college admissions myths that…
Applications have been submitted, campuses have been explored, and admission offers have been made. But, the good news is you’re rounding third and heading for home! The May 1 National Candidate Reply Date is officially in sight.
While many websites, guidance counselors, and college reps will tell you what you should be doing as a parent during the college search, rarely do they share with you what you shouldn’t do….until now.
Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a way to break down complex college info into bite-sized pieces for easy comparison? Good news, there is! And, we’ll one-up you – it can all be found in your pocket.
My college decision was based mostly around cheesesticks. That may sound peculiar, and that may sound shallow. But let me explain.
EA, ED, FAFSA, FERPA….With dozens of acronyms, abbreviations, and definitions needed to make a successful transition from high school, today’s admissions process can be very overwhelming. That’s why we’ve created this handy guide to help make your transition a little easier.
Whilst doing my laundry last Thursday, I listened to a TED talk by author Malcolm Gladwell. The lecture he gave was about spaghetti sauce and, naturally, my thoughts went straight to the process of choosing a college.