Virtual college fairs cropped in the past year as a way for colleges to reach prospective students whose movements were curtailed by covid. Before the pandemic started forcing shutdowns—a year ago—hundreds of admission representatives, each fall and spring, crowded into
The Independent Educational Consultants Association just issued these “We Believe” statements. Members of the IECA do not use the underhanded methods shown by the unethical characters in the Varsity Blues scandal. With a new docudrama on the Varsity Blues Scandal
Four well-established admissions directors discussed Covid-19’s impact on the class of 2022, this year’s high school juniors. Applerouth’s Ginger Fay moderated a webinar February 7 with George Washington University’s Carol Lee Conchar, Georgia Tech’s Rick Clark, University of Wisconsin’s André
Claire Law is a Certified Educational Planner and author of “How to Control Your College Costs,” to be released this spring. In this video, Karen A. Hott of Two Bridges College Consulting interviews Claire with real questions from actual parents
Why go to school in the Upper Midwest? What could I tell students from the Southeast about Minnesota, as most of us in Maryland and south think of Minnesota as a land encased in ice? The Twin Cities of Minneapolis/St.
You can read about colleges in the Princeton Review or the Fiske Guide, you can explore college websites, you can search Niche and Reddit. But now, thanks to Aly Beaumont at Admissions Village in Wilton, Connecticut, you can find students
Jan. 12, 2021 A private research college in Colorado with about 6,000 undergraduates and 7,000 graduate students, the University of Denver is called, perplexingly, “DU” by its staff (the website is du.edu). It has five divisions: Arts, Humanities, & Social
January 2021 For decades, high school juniors embarked on the spring-semester adventure of visiting colleges to glimpse what might lie in their futures. Families planned spring break around these visits, perhaps flying out of state and renting a car to