Entries by Gabriel Johnson

February 2019 Newsletter

Greetings! In the January issue you’ll find: SAT vs ACT – Which Should You Take? -The redesign of the SAT in 2016 resulted in a test quite similar to the ACT.  But how do they really compare and how can you determine which test is right for you? Majoring in Astrophysics –  Students strong in math and […]

January 2019 Newsletter

Greetings and Happy New Year! This month’s issue comes with our best wishes for a happy, healthy, prosperous and fulfilling new year! In the January issue you’ll find: Planning for Summer in the Dead of Winter – use our early planning ideas to ensure a summer that is fun, rewarding and constructive. Focus on Majors: Gerontology – […]

December 2018 Newsletter

Greetings! Your December newsletter comes with best wishes for a joyous holiday season.  In it you’ll find: Majors, Minors and Concentrations – Your guide to understanding the meaning of these terms, how they differ, and how to make your choices work for you. Majoring in Criminology –  Criminology is the study of the attributes of crime, […]

November 2018 Newsletter

In this issue you’ll find: Predictive Analytics & Admissions – the rise of enrollment management programs is changing the face of admissions. Take every opportunity to learn as much as you can about your colleges, understanding that they are spending a great deal of money to learn as much as they can about you! Focus […]

October 2018 Newsletter

You’ll find your October newsletter attached with articles on: 7 College Admission Blunders to Avoid –  the journey to college will likely go smoother if you avoid making these seven common mistakes. Focus on Majors – Geology – Fascinated by rocks and minerals and the forces that shape the earth?  Geology is an interdisciplinary science that involves not only a […]

September 2018 Newsletter

Somehow, summer is never long enough.  Hope you had a good one though. In this issue you’ll find articles that focus on back-to-school and college application concerns: Decoding College Application Plans – knowing when and how to apply to each college on your list is important. Here’s a quick rundown of the differences and a look at […]

June 2018 Newsletter

Attached you’ll find your last newsletter for this school year.  Hope you have a wonderful summer! This issue includes: Adjusting to College Life – Understanding the most common challenges reported by freshmen – and what to do about them — can make the transition to college life go more smoothly for both students and their parents. Majoring […]

May 2018 Newsletter

This months newsletter includes the following: Five Career Planning Ideas for High School Students –   Here are five things you can do now – while you’re still in high school – to start thinking about possible careers. Majoring in Art & Design – Do you have a passion for painting, drawing or designing but […]

April 2018 Newsletter

Happy Holidays!! Hope you are enjoying a bit of Spring weather. Inside the April Newsletter you’ll find: Facts & Myths about Liberal Arts Education – Ask twenty people what they think about the term “liberal arts education” and you’ll likely get twenty different responses. Get the facts here. Majoring in Nutritional Sciences – The food […]

March 2018 Newsletter

Greetings! Hope you’re all staying warm as March arrives!  It’s pretty cold here in California. I’ve attached your March issue.  Articles feature: Lessons Learned by Parents about Campus Visits – some sage advice from parents who have “been there, done that”. Dual Degrees – 3-2 Engineering Programs – for students not sure that they want to become […]