Our March 4th webinar discussed tips for writing a great thesis statement as well as how this advice applies to college application essays.
You’ve made it through your first year of high school! As you begin thinking ahead to college, here’s a helpful guide for the fall of your sophomore year. Make sure your fall schedule is finalized. Are you taking all of the required courses? Are you in the honors (or even AP) level classes you wanted? […]
If you’re a rising freshman in high school, there are some things you can do now to be confident and ready to apply to college come senior year. Familiarize yourself with the course offerings at your high school. High schools can offer a variety of course options, including IB or AP, honors or advanced, and […]
Juniors – before this year gets too crazy, take some time to reflect on the year ahead, and what you can do now to prepare for the college application process. Our October checklist for juniors will help you stay focused, and keep you on track to have a successful college application process. Find out your […]
Many students interested in law want to know about pre-law programs in college. Pre-law is not a major, nor will it prepare you for the bar exam (which is required to practice law). It’s an advising program designed to help you prepare for law school. Pre-law advising will help you explore legal professions, and provide […]
There has been a lot of news about the economy lately, and certainly no shortage of complex problems that need creative solutions. For those with an eye toward studying business, there is a lot of opportunity to make a real difference, both at home and abroad. If you are considering a business major, it is […]
There’s good news for those of you out there who are thinking about pre-med: quality health care is a necessity, and there is always a need for talented and socially conscious health professionals. A career as a physician is a good option for students who have a strong desire to help and to heal, and […]
Do you like the idea of attending a large research university with a wide range of majors and facilities, but are anxious about huge class sizes and feeling “like a number”? If so, you may want to look into honors college options. Honors colleges combine the small liberal arts college experience with the resources and […]