I spend much of my space here preaching that prestigious colleges aren’t necessarily better schools, that what you do while you’re in college is much more important than where you do it. But more importantly, I want students to look for the right college fits, and for some students, those fits might include some highly-selective colleges. If you’re considering applying to any schools that deny most of their applicants, I hope you’ll consider attending this upcoming free Collegewise webinar, which I’ll be moderating.
Highly-Selective College Admissions
A free Collegewise webinar for students and parents
Thursday, April 16 5 p.m. – 6 p.m. PST
(What time is that in my time zone?)
Attendance is limited to 200 people, and registration is required. Click here to register.
Have you ever wondered how those students who get accepted to schools like Stanford, those in the Ivy League, and other high-selective colleges stand out from the rest of the applicant pool? This webinar will feature Collegewise counselors who have read applications at some of the most selective colleges in the country— Arun Ponnusamy (University of Chicago, Caltech, and UCLA), Monica Brown (Harvard), and Christopher LaBounty (MIT). They will not only reveal how the most competitive colleges in the country select their freshman classes, but also share Collegewise strategies to improve your chances of admission. Attendees will be invited to submit questions before and during the webinar.
To reserve your space, just register here. During registration, you’ll also have the opportunity to submit a question for our presenters.
I hope you can join us.