COLLEGES: The familiar and the new favorites
Whew! I feel like I’m still recovering from my week in Seattle at the IECA Spring Conference. It was both exhausting and exhilarating! Literally, I met with more than 100 admissions advisors representing colleges from coast to coast in the US, and also a dozen or so international universities. As I mentioned in a previous newsletter, I used to live in Seattle – so I was more than happy to get reacquainted with the University of Washington, Seattle Pacific University, and Seattle University. After my stint in Seattle, I spent ten years in Arizona – so it was fun to reconnect with the programs at The University of Arizona and Arizona State University. Internationally, it was fascinating to learn about programs at The American University of Paris, Queen’s University Belfast, and Massey University in New Zealand. All of these are my new favorites!
In addition to college updates, I’m armed with lots of new information regarding the digital SAT, test-optional trends, Common App updates, FAFSA changes, scholarship searches, what colleges want to see regarding character, experiential learning, and student wellness. If you’re interested in learning more about how I can use all of this information to help your student find and fund his/her ideal college experience, reach out using the button below or give me a call at 405-906-7044!
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