Entries by Gabriel Johnson

April 2020 Newsletter

Hello I hope you are all well and safe during this surreal time. Attached you’ll find the April issue of your newsletter. April offers articles on: What to Do When Campus Visits Are Out –  With campuses closed due to the coronavirus outbreak and with students sent home to complete the semester online, high school juniors and […]

June 2019 Newsletter

Greetings!  Summer is nearly upon us, and I’ve attached your final newsletter for this academic year.  Your next newsletter will arrive in late August.  Hope you have a marvelous and productive summer.  This newsletter contains:  Advice for New College Freshmen –  One of the best parts of going off to college is the ability to create the […]

May 2019 Newsletter

Greetings! Decision day is upon us! I hope you are all eagerly looking forward to your new adventures.Click the button below to access your May newsletter.  In it you’ll find articles featuring: Student Support Services on Campus – It’s likely that all students will have need of at least some of the support services available on […]

April 2019 Newsletter

Greetings! Click below to view your April issue. It features: Waitlist Purgatory – The dreaded waitlist. You weren’t rejected, but you weren’t accepted either. What should you do now? Majoring in Linguistics –  With over 5,000 languages spoken around the world, businesses often are unable to communicate with partners from different countries. Lots of career options […]

March 2019 Newsletter

Greetings! Where did February go?Attached you’ll find your March newsletter with articles on: The Meaning of Fit –  Fit is frequently referred to when speaking with students about choosing the ‘right’ college, and many of those same students are puzzled about what is the ‘right’ fit. Here are some of the things to think about when […]

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 […]