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2019 State of College Admission Report

NACAC has released it’s 2019 State of College Admission Report. Here is a summary of what’s included from the Executive Report: College Applications The increase in the number of colleges to which each student applies continues an upward trend, which is reflected in college reports of increased application volume. • Growth in Application Volume Continues: Read More

An Inside Look at College Admission from the Industry’s Top Official

Stefanie Niles, President of the National Association of College Admission Counseling, the leading national organization for college admission professionals, has worked inside college admissions offices for decades. She shared some insight with Wow to help guide your students who are preparing for college through the stressful process. Niles, Vice president for Enrollment and Communications at Read More

The State of College Admission Report

NACAC has just released its annual State of College Admission report. In the report you’ll find up-to-date information about the admission process for first-time freshmen, transfer students, and international students in the US. Learn more about factors in the admission decision, acceptance rates for college applicants, common recruitment strategies, and the status of college counseling Read More

10 Tips for your students that don’t have Wealthy Parents to help them get into an Elite College

There’s no need to obsess over attending an elite school like the families named in the college admissions scandal The college admissions scandal has exposed the extreme lengths some wealthy families will go to secure a spot for their child at their dream college. It’s possible to find and stay in a college with life-changing Read More

Why this College Counselor has a 100% placement rate

The nation’s high school students are well aware that it’s never been harder to get into a top college. Just last year, Yale’s acceptance rate hit 6.31 percent, near an all-time low. Princeton offered admission to just 5.5 percent of a record 35,370 applicants and at Harvard, the admission rate fell below 5 percent for Read More

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