What Should You Be Doing With Your Summer?

As the 2014-2015 school year comes to a close, many of you may be wondering what you should be doing with your time this summer? We have asked Admission Counselors from across the country to tell you exactly what they want to see from applicants when they read college applications.     “We want students […]

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College Spotlight: Champlain College

    Located in one of the best college towns in the nation (Burlington, Vermont), Champlain College attracts students who are pre-professional in nature. The college features an upside-down curriculum that allows students to take courses in their intended major beginning the first semester of freshmen year. The college also has a breath-taking view of […]

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College Spotlight: Agnes Scott College

  Agnes Scott, a women’s college, is located in the Atlanta area. The college’s mission is to educate women to think deeply, live honorably, and engage the intellectual and social challenges of their times. Agnes Scott provides not only co-ed social opportunities with nearby Emory University and Georgia Tech, but also enjoys a broad curriculum thanks […]

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College Spotlight: Wabash College

  A beautiful Midwest campus located in Indiana, Wabash is one of a few men’s colleges in the country. Its motto: “Be a gentleman at all times.” Featured in the book, Colleges That Change Lives, Wabash presents excellent programs in Health and Medical fields, as well as areas in the social science such as Economics […]

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Congratulations, Eric!

Congratulations to our founder, Eric Delehoy, who recently took the helm as President of the Higher Education Consultants Association. HECA is an international organization of independent educational consultants, focused on providing students with sound advice in the college admission process. For more information about HECA, please visit hecaonline.org

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College Spotlight: Babson College

Babson College   Nestled in the suburbs of Boston, just 11 miles outside the city, Babson College offers luscious green spaces, regal academic buildings and “vibrant social life” (2014 Fiske Guide to Colleges). All of Babson’s students major in business. The birth place of entrepreneurial studies and one of the premier business programs in the […]

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Speaking of Interviews…

Fall in Portland. Leaves change color. School is in full swing. The college application process gears up. And, hundreds of college admissions representatives descend upon the metro area to share what their schools can offer prospective students. The fall is ripe with opportunities to continue college research, including the availability of interviews with college personnel. […]

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The College Countdown – Opportunities to Learn More About Colleges

The green leaves of Portland are hinting yellow and red, which means school is in full swing. For seniors this marks the beginning of a busy fall, complete with the academic and social demands of school. Tacked onto this already busy schedule is the college search and application process. With college application season just around […]

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Making the Most Out of the College Visit

On Monday I visited Southern Oregon University. The tour was terrific. The guides were energetic. A doe and her fawns even pranced in front of the admissions office! What struck me most, however, was how few questions the tour participants asked and how basic those questions were. Considering the college visit is the most important […]

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