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Useful Resources When Assembling Your College List

on September 23, 2009 in Application Process, Selecting Your College

To help students begin their search for colleges, consider some of these interesting sources: provides an unbiased look at popular colleges with student comments. The 2009-10 College Destinations Index identifies the 75 best places in America for college study, ranked according to academic environment, quality of life and professional opportunities. Washington, DC is near […]

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Colleges Still Accepting Applications for Fall 2009

on June 20, 2009 in Application Process

There are several ways to determine which colleges are still open for applications for the Fall of 2010. The Common Application provides a  to determine if schools are still accepting applications. The National Association of College Admissions Counseling also offers an  of colleges with space available. There are a couple ways to find colleges that […]

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University of Washington Counselor Conference Update

I recently attended the University of Washington Counselor Conference and received updates on the current group of admitted freshman, details on modifications to the advising system, and information valuable to next year’s applicants. Registration is now open for the Early Fall Start Program for incoming freshmen. This program offers students the opportunity to take a […]

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Mid-Year Reports

Juniors: Now is the time to make sure your mid-year reports have been sent by your high school to the colleges that require them. These forms are available in your application, including the Common Application, and will be submitted with your current semester grades. Not all colleges require these reports, but check the website or […]

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