Read one student’s story of a dream reached and released and why: http://www.chicagotribune.com/lifestyles/ct-life-dream-school-finances-essay-0519-20170519-story.html
Now that November 1 has arrived, here’s a handy to-do list for seniors immersed in the college application process: Create a spreadsheet of your remaining applications and essays and put them in deadline order. November 15th Early Action or Early Decision applications should be your priority, followed by traditional Regular Decision deadlines of January 1, […]
Seniors, the applications may be behind you (or almost completed), but your work is still not done. Make sure to read this informative piece written by Sarah Markhovsky and Matthew Kaberline, the director and associate director of college counseling at Severn School in Severna Park, Md, posted last January in the now-retired New York Times […]
What do Princeton, Drexel, Villanova, Muhlenberg, and the University of Delaware have in common? The Common Application, of course! Read about the issues they, and other colleges are facing, as well as recommendations for students. First and foremost, all the schools realize that the new version of the Common Application (CA4) is posing ongoing problems […]
News continues to pour in regarding the technical difficulties with the Common Application. http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2013/10/16/common-application-glitches-block-students-applying
If you have a senior in high school who is soon to submit the Common Application for Early Decision or Early Action deadlines, read this timely piece about some of the glitches in the new application format: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/13/education/online-application-woes-make-students-anxious-and-put-colleges-behind-schedule.html?ref=education.