Entries by Gabriel Johnson

September 2017 Newsletter

Hello: I hope you had a terrific summer! Attached you’ll find your first issue of the 2017-18 College Planning Center’s Newsletter.  Articles include: Do Rankings Really Matter? – how can you compare colleges with different programs and cultures?  Here’s a look at the ways different ranking systems approach finding “the best”. Majoring in Anthropology – students of […]

June 2017 Newsletter

Hello: Attached you’ll find the June issue of the College Planning Center’s Newsletter, It’s filled with articles for both your graduating seniors and younger students: Tips for Surviving Your Freshman Year of College – Follow these tips to get off to a great start as you begin the next phase of your education. Majoring in Meteorology – Are […]

May 2017 Newsletter

Hello: Attached you’ll find the May issue of the College Planning Center’s Newsletter. Here are this month’s topics: What Keeps College Admission Officers Up at Night?: Here’s a view from the other side. Majoring in Urban Planning: Urban planners improve life for everyone in their communities. Paying Your College Bill: Options to make the task […]

April 2017 Newsletter

Happy Spring! Below you’ll find your April issue of the College Planning Center’s Newsletter with articles focusing on these topics. Social Media – Think Before You Post:  With about 40% of admissions officers now visiting applicants’ social media pages, students need to be careful about what they post. Majoring in Electrical Engineering: If you’ve always been fascinated by cutting-edge technologies, majoring in electrical […]

March Newsletter

Hello: Your March issue of The College Planning Center’s Newsletter includes articles on: College Admissions Courtship – Discover the ways in which college admissions is much like an old-fashioned dating ritual. Majoring in Molecular Biology – Majoring in this field prepares students for a wide range of careers in scientific research, medicine, bioengineering, and biotechnology. […]

February Newsletter

Greetings! In the College Planning Center’s February newsletter you’ll find articles on: Attending College in Canada – Learn about the benefits of a Canadian education. Majoring in Women’s Studies – This major is well-suited to students who are interested in social justice. Lost-cost Ideas for Summer Adventures – Think outside of the box. The 5 “Ps” of […]

January Newsletter

Happy New Year! I’ve attached your January 2017 issue of the College Planning Center’s Newsletter. This issue features articles on: The Big University Experience – Learn about the benefits (and some of the drawbacks) to attending a college with an enrollment greater than 15,000. Majoring in Animal Science – Discover the variety of career paths […]

December Newsletter

I hope things are going well for you as we head into the holiday season.  I’ve attached your December newsletter from The College Planning Center with articles featuring these timely topics: Planning on Playing College Sports? – Prospective student athletes can discover what they need to do now if they plan to compete in college Majoring […]

November Newsletter

Hello: Attached is the November 2016 Newsletter from The College Planning Center.  This month our articles address: Selective Admissions – Selective schools are inundated each year by applicants with strong grades and testing; so what sets the admitted ones apart from those who are denied? Majoring in Animation – Animators create the exciting and intriguing […]

October Newsletter

Hello: Attached is the October Newsletter from The College Planning Center.  Articles this month include: Step by Step Guide to the Coalition Application – understand the key components of the Coalition Application and how to navigate its website  Majoring in Biomedical Engineering – Forbes calls this “the most valuable major” – but what is it […]