March 2017 College Counseling Newsletter


  • College Admissions Courtship – Discover the ways in which college admissions is much like an old-fashioned dating ritual.  Not much “speed-dating” involved.
  • Majoring in Molecular Biology – Majoring in this field prepares students for a wide range of careers in scientific research, medicine, bioengineering, and biotechnology. It is important to note that there will be a high demand for science and engineering jobs in the future.
  • Comparing Financial Aid Packages – The bottom line in comparing financial aid packages is the final cost of your education to you and your family.  Learn how to accurately compare packages here.
  • SAT or ACT?  Which is Right for You? – While experts say that the new SAT is more straightforward and now more similar to the ACT in format and subject matter, there are still some important differences to consider before making your decision.

Download the Full Newsletter:  March 2017 College Counseling Newsletter

February 2017 College Counseling Newsletter


  • Attending College in Canada – growing numbers of international students have chosen to attend college in Canada.  Learn about the benefits of a Canadian education in our featured article.
  • Majoring in Women’s Studies – this major is well-suited to both male and female students who are interested in social justice, and who want to work towards equality and empowerment for women.
  • Low-cost Ideas for Summer Adventures – think outside the box about what makes a productive summer and discover some low-cost alternatives.
  • The 5 “Ps” of Choosing Colleges – by deciding what your priorities are for your college search you can assure yourself of a list filled with colleges that are a good fit.

Download the Full Newsletter:  February 2017 College Counseling Newsletter