At our Higher Education Consultants Conference last week, we heard an interesting panel discussion from faculty of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music who discussed how students should plan and prepare for auditions. The three faculty were one each from instrumental, voice, and drama/musical theater. Some advice applies to all three areas; other points differ among the artistic areas.
Ever wonder how waitlists work? Here is an article that shows how Georgetown University uses its waitlist and transfer process to get exactly the number of undergrad students it has space for.
Strong SAT or ACT Scores get Scholarships
Over the last 15 years, I have tutored and coached hundreds of students to help them improve their SAT or ACT scores. In this post, I will show how strong test scores can reduce the actual cost to attend an excellent college or university.
We all know that strong SAT or ACT scores are important for admission to most selective colleges and universities. But, assuming your academic record and extracurriculars are good enough for admission, how much is it worth to you to increase your test scores? After hours of research on college websites I am able to answer that question – please read on.
News out this week reveals that private colleges and universities are discounting tuition at a record rate.
The National Association of College and University Business Officers, in their annual study, reported that the average tuition-discount rate for the 2018-19 academic year was about 52 percent for first-time freshmen.