How to Correctly Email Colleges

How to Correctly Email Colleges

By Zoe VanSlooten Throughout your time applying to colleges, you likely will (and should be) contacting some college admissions offices over email. While reaching out to colleges and making a personal connection with an admissions officer is a great way to show your interest in a school, it could also be potentially detrimental if you don’t apply some important email etiquette. Here are some tips to help you correctly email colleges. Be sure your email address is appropriate and professional....

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The Importance of Demonstrated Interest in the College Application World

The Importance of Demonstrated Interest in the College Application World

Visiting the campuses of the colleges you are applying to is one of the most important ways to determine if the college could be the right fit for you. As one of our students Emmett Turner, class of 2018 Saline High School, Michigan, says, “I wanted to give every school a full and fair inspection from me and I wanted to see how I would fit in on campus. I was planning on spending my next four years there so I wanted to be sure I liked it.” From our experience, there are certain colleges whe....

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Tackling the College Application - Do’s and Don’ts.

Tackling the College Application - Do’s and Don’ts.

Timothy Parros Do you know how to stand out on a college application when there are thousands of other kids competing for the same spots? Do you know what can actually hurt your chances of admission the most? As we told you last year it is not surprising that mistakes anywhere on your college applications can hurt your chances of getting into the college of your dreams. It all culminates at the beginning of senior year: After years of getting good grades, good test scores, and participating gr....

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Parros College Planning Scholarship Winners Announced

Parros College Planning Scholarship Winners Announced

Parros College Planning announced the winners of their 3rd annual student scholarship contest. The winners, who tied for first place, were both awarded $300.00, they are Emily Herold and Jimmy Fortuna-Peak, both 2018 graduates of Dexter High School. To apply for the scholarship, students submitted self-made YouTube videos explaining how the staff at Parros College Planning helped them throughout their college planning journey. They were encouraged to not just describe their experiences, but to b....

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