Greetings Students and Families,
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This is a fluid and bizarre time in our history and college admissions and higher education are adapting and adjusting quickly. Campus tours are now virtual and opportunities to meet currently enrolled students have replaced the traditional college campus visit. SAT/ACT cancellations have led to the largest list of colleges having annoucned their “test optional” approach to college admissions for the 2020-21 year, and student everywhere face daunting challenings with learning in another year that will begin instruciton online and their extracurricular pursuits are also socially distanced until safety can be assured for all citizens.
Whether you’re seeking an in-person college counselor in Boca Raton, Florida or Boulder, Co or an on-demand online college advisor in a seamless online setting anywhere you are (New York, San Diego, Boston, DC?), please reach out to discuss your educational and college planning needs 833.MY.ESSAY or 561.509.0021 – looking forward to our conversation!
In case you’ve missed my social media posts, below you’ll find some of the links I’ve posted on my social media platforms the past two months and know you’ll find these readings valuable to continuing to navigate your path to educational success. I’d welcome the opportunity to chat with you about any of these pieces and their impact on your college and educational aspirations.
Please reach out to schedule your back-to-school educational planning conversation.
Bonnie Rabin, PhD
College Advising success isn’t limited to college admissions outcomes. Your experiences throughout high school should ensure a seamless transition to your undergraduate community. A successful Educational & College Admissions Plan creates opportunities throughout high school for academic and personal growth, preparing you for success.
What’s your College Admissions Plan?
Public Universities Work Hard to Make Up for Budget Cuts. But In-State Students May Be Paying the Price. (Do you understand how financial aid is determined? Ask me!)
How to Find a Medical School That Leads to a Research Career (Need A Dedicated Undergraduate Academic Advisor – Pre-Med? Ask me about my Graduate School Advising Role)
An Engineering School With Half of Its Leadership Female? How Did That Happen? (Learn more about STEM college planning here
Is there Still A Meanignful Difference Between Public and Private Universities? (Learn more about “College Fit” here
Know A Young Person Looking for a New Job? (Ask me about Career Launching and work with recent graduates – Mock interviews, resumes?)
Colleges are Striking Deals with Textbook Publishers (Click to read about my tips for college freshman here)