5 Easy Ways to Prepare and Organize for College Applications in the Fall

Your counselor recommended started to prep and organize for your college apps this summer. As you wake up at 10:30 a.m. on a lovely summer morning, your mom asks, What have you done with your college applications? Okay. You get it. But really…how do you actually prep during the summer? Check out these easy tips below and… Read More 5 Easy Ways to Prepare and Organize for College Applications in the Fall

Essay Prompts and Resources for the 2017 – 2018 Application Season

The essays are one portion of the application students have total control over. It’s what can set a student a part from other applicants with similar academic profiles. It’s how a student can show they are a good fit for a university and express more than a GPA and test score. Take the time to… Read More Essay Prompts and Resources for the 2017 – 2018 Application Season

International Business & Hospitality Management – Les Roches & Glion

After spending a week touring Les Roches and Glion Institute of Higher Education in multiple locations I have learned that the industry of hospitality management is not only a lucrative one, but one that is flexible, profitable and can take students on a pathway to success. Read on to find out what hospitality management encompasses… Read More International Business & Hospitality Management – Les Roches & Glion

4 Year Colleges Still Accepting Students for the Fall

The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) has an incredibly easy tool to research up-to-date information on colleges still accepting students for the Fall 2017 school year. You can sift through the list of just over 400 colleges by state and if they’re still offering financial aid and housing. If you’re still feeling uncertain… Read More 4 Year Colleges Still Accepting Students for the Fall

3 Tools to Easily Tell College Affordability and Tuition Price

Every student and family can benefit from adding financial aid into their college search. Why? Because not only do you want to go to a college that has the program your interested in, the social scene and the right academic environment, but you also want it to be affordable. Remember, you shouldn’t have your back… Read More 3 Tools to Easily Tell College Affordability and Tuition Price

What really counts in your application. Words from a Dartmouth admission counselor 

From an admission counselor who has read thousands of applications for a selective institution. What impressed her? What is different? How do you stand out? I’ll post a short excerpt below and the link to read the entire article. HANOVER, N.H. — When I give college information sessions at high schools, I’m used to being… Read More What really counts in your application. Words from a Dartmouth admission counselor 

Still looking for a college to attend?

Every year the Regional Admission Counselors of California (RACC) publicize a list of colleges within their organization still accepting applications. A few things to consider: Check the grid to see if they are still considering merit-based aid or have financial aid still available. Narrow down your choices. Do not wait to apply! Oftentimes these spaces… Read More Still looking for a college to attend?