Spring Admissions – Universities often manage enrollment through a number of alternate entry plans, with spring admission being a fast-growing option. For many students, being a spring first-year can be a wonderful opportunity. You can treat the fall semester
How to Ace Your College Interview – Find lots of tips here to help you navigate the interview process. And then breathe deeply to calm yourself, put a big smile on your face, and walk in with confidence!
Advice for New College Freshmen – One of the best parts of going off to college is the ability to create the “you” whom you want to be. Here are some suggestions to help you make a
The Meaning of Fit – Fit is frequently referred to when speaking with students about choosing the ‘right’ college, and many of those same students are puzzled about what is the ‘right’ fit. Here are some of the things
With so many graduates starting to leave behind their high school life for the college dream, June seems like a great time to discuss studying aboard.
This month’s newsletter includes:
Why Study Abroad? –
Change is “in the wind” with regard to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). In particular, three factors, two of which are clearly designed to help students in the college going process, are being rolled out
October is a busy time for high school students, especially those taking PSAT tests this month!
In this month’s letter, we will give you tips on getting the best recommendations, careers in psychology, how to conquer the essay
Author: Rhonda Manns, A2Z College Planning
If you feel overwhelmed by your freshman year in college away from home, you are not alone! The first semester away from home is a difficult time for about every college student–you’re not just
Thanks to the Town of Cary (Parks and Recreation) for hosting “Send Your Kids To The Best, Most Selective Colleges For Pennies On The Dollar” seminar on January 25, 2014.
Would you like to attend or host
Every college student wants their experience to be memorable, but in the right way. High school students envision their college years will be full of fun, new social encounters, new experiences, and fond memories. However, there are also many