Reflections on our Class of 2024

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This year’s matriculation list fills us with tremendous pride and satisfaction. It was one of the most challenging admission cycles ever, yet 92% of our students will attend their first choice or a high-interest college in the fall. Read more about our insights, our results, and a complete list of our students’ destinations.

October 2023 College Expert Newsletter

October College Expert Newsletter

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Colleges will be on the lookout for ChatGPT generated essays, and while there are legitimate and helpful ways to use the technology, relying on it for writing is risky and ineffective. In this month’s issue, read about the implications of ChatGPT. Other articles include: Focus on Majors/English – Career opportunities beyond writing and teaching. Financial Matters – Important changes that …

September 2023 College Expert Newsletter

September College Expert Newsletter

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You have your college list, now it’s time to decide on an application plan. Your decision can impact deadlines, when you’re notified and whether you’re making a binding commitment. In our September issue, we decode six options, including Early Decision and Early Action, and the pros, cons and requirements of each. Other articles include: Focus on Majors/Animal Science – Careers …

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What is the True Cost of College? Read Sue’s Interview in the Star Tribune

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College costs far exceed tuition, books and room and board. What’s the true cost of college? Sue was interviewed for a recent Star Tribune article addressing hidden costs that can add up to thousands of dollars. Read the article for budgeting and spending advice and learn why “who pays for what” should be addressed in advance.