07 Sep Meet newly full-time AIM College Prep Consultant Kristina Phillpotts-Brown

Meet newly full-time AIM College Prep Consultant Kristina Phillpotts-Brown Kristina graduated from Princeton University with a degree in English in 2017. Deeply passionate about equality and social justice, her research at Princeton focused on the connections between marginalized populations, social mobility, and organized crime in both American...

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18 Sep EducationUSA College Fair 2017

  To Register for the Fair click here.   Here are the workshops scheduled:  Student Visa Workshop - click HERE to register. Monday, October 23, 2017, 3:00 PM - 3:45 PM Tuesday, October 24, 2017, 3:00 PM - 3:45 PM Financial Aid Workshop - click HERE to register. Monday, October 23, 2017, 4:00 PM -...

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17 Sep Which Colleges Require the SAT or ACT Essay

NOTE: the list is subject to change, so make sure to double check with each school you’re applying to. ACT and SAT Essay Requirements - Class of 2018 and Beyond School Region SAT Essay Required ACT Essay Required Abilene Christian University South Recommended Recommended Adelphi University Mid-Atlantic Optional Optional Agnes Scott College South Optional Optional Albion College Midwest Optional Optional Allegheny College Mid-Atlantic Optional Optional American University Mid-Atlantic Optional Optional Amherst College New England Recommended Recommended Appalachian State University South Optional Optional Arizona...

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24 Jan You Need a Summer Plan

Colleges take how YOU spend your summers VERY seriously! Employers look at how you spend your summers too! So, whether you're in High School or College - it's time to start planning a summer that can take you one step closer to success in college admissions or...

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24 Oct Why the Liberal Arts?

Here are some excerpts from Wesleyan President Michael Roth's article "Why the Liberal Arts Matter" What is a Liberal Arts Education?   "This means that your courses will be in general areas of study--philosophy, mathematics, literature, art history, economics, languages, and so on--rather than in applied or specialized fields....

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03 Oct 3 things to know about FAFSA

St. Edward's University. SIMPLIFYING THE FAFSA The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is now open. And because of the changes and the early launch date, we’re sharing the top three things to keep in mind about this year’s early FAFSA. 1. The FAFSA opens earlier. This year,...

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