August 14, 2018

How to Make Early Admissions Work For You

Early admissions have become a common trend as high school seniors consider where they might want to spend their college years. If you can get your applications completed before Thanksgiving, chances are that you will receive at least one acceptance before Christmas.  Colleges offer one or more approaches to early […]
August 13, 2018

Fountains May Tell You Something About a College Campus

Whenever you visit a college campus, chances are that you will run into a memorable landmark, quite often a fountain, spewing streams of water into the air. Some fountains that you see on a college campus are visually interesting, even beautiful, in their design. I used to be a city […]
August 6, 2018

Five of the Ugliest Features on a College Campus

Visit any college campus, even one known for aesthetic beauty, and you will find several features that make them appear less attractive. These features have little to nothing to do with architecture, but they may leave you with doubt as to how much care is taken to help the community, […]
August 1, 2018

Sean Spicer Tells You What It Takes to Get Into Politics

Sean Spicer’s most recent book, ‘The Briefing’, recently landed at my neighborhood Barnes and Noble. I stopped there this week to get a cup of coffee before a meeting. With a little time on my hands, I picked up the book and skimmed it. I did not vote for President […]
July 30, 2018

Update: Is ‘Flagship Match’ An Admissions Success for the University of Maine?

The University of Maine has completed the second year of a student recruitment program called Flagship Match.  Developed to increase interest, applications and enrollment from the neighboring New England states, among others that have flagships with exceptionally competitive admissions, Flagship Match has achieved some successes in attracting new freshmen. Admitted […]
July 23, 2018

Five Different Options to Study Computer Science

Computer Science is one of my favorite majors. There are different ways to pursue the degree, depending on how students want to use their skills and combine the major with other interests. Some career paths that begin from an undergraduate Computer Science program require further education, but others do not. From […]
July 19, 2018

College Baseball or Pro?—Which Is The Healthier Option for Promising Players?

The best of the best high school baseball players have an advantage over their peers who play basketball, football and several other sports: they may have the option to play college baseball or sign a contact with a Major League team.  For those who are not expected to be drafted […]
July 18, 2018

Five Tips For Crafting Your Pre-Law Experience

Ask any college admissions officer about the “pre-law” program at their school. You will likely get the same answer: there is no  pre-law major or any other specific college major that is required for law school admissions.  Some colleges offer guidance than others. Siena College, located near Albany, New York, […]
July 16, 2018

Will the University of Wyoming Round Up More ‘Cowboys’?

Last week, the University of Wyoming launched an admissions advertising campaign under the tag line ‘The World Needs More Cowboys’. The original ad has a strong narrative, using the spirit of the cowboy from the Old West,  though the visual footage looks much like any other university ad that I […]