From the Todayshow.com: Applying to college? Don't make these 7 common mistakes Mar. 27, 2017 at 3:06 PM Allison Slater Tate TODAY Contributor The college application process notoriously strikes fear into the hearts of high school students and their parents each fall, but does it have to? Sara Harberson, college admissions counselor at The Baldwin School in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, says no — and one key to keeping your sanity might be finding a way to wade through the process
The NY times shares ten things to know about getting into your dream college. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/01/education/edlife/admissions-tips-on-getting-into-dream-college.html From expressing your authentic self, community service outlook to Legacy practices, this article helps understands ways to stand out during the application process.
An inspiring story from PGA Tour player Morgan Hoffmann. One about giving back and feeling lucky - from growing up playing multiple sports, to choosing golf, earning a full golf scholarship to Oklahoma State and making it on the PGA - all while being grounded and giving back behind the scenes. A role model to say the least. https://www.theplayerstribune.com/morgan-hoffmann-pga-tour/ Morgan continues his quest to find a cure and continues to give back to those less fortunat
We love the test which checks your knowledge about college logos, because so many people get caught up in the name of the school versus what they offer or how they fit your goals. But we still love College Logos. Blogspot explains the best 12 college logos.
As we know once students arrive on the steps of college, or even prior to high school graduation, many students are faced with the task choosing a major. NY Times shares six myths of choosing a college major.
TAG College Placement believes strongly in parents and coaches providing the right support to student-athletes. Here is a great post from the University of Minnesota's Women's Ice Hockey Coach. Too many kids leave sports because of the car ride home.