Admissions Process Info You Need to Know: 6 Videos
Looking for information on the undergraduate admissions process? Following is a video round-up of the experts who spoke at Your Teen Magazine‘s College Event in Cleveland.
Everything You Need to Know . . . In 20 Minutes
There’s a lot to process when it comes to the college process. What are the most important things that parents should be aware of? Dr. Terry McCue, head of admissions for Hathaway Brown School in Shaker Heights, Ohio, offers parents college information—the low-down on today’s competitive college admissions process. So what does someone who works in undergraduate admissions think that parents need to know?
Finding the Right College
Finding a college is certainly an important step, but how do you know that you’ve found the right one? How can you tell if this college is a good match for your teen? Tom Hoiles, director of enrollment and student services at Kent State University, talks about helping your teenager find a great college match.
Preparing Your Student for Success in College
Your teen is preparing to leave for college. But is your teen actually prepared for college? Deanne Hurley, vice president for enrollment management and student affairs at Ursuline College, shares tips for coaching your teen in high school for success in college.
What Happens After You Click Submit
Do you want to know more about how the admissions offices process your teen’s applications? Do you want advice from an expert on sending in your application? Rick Bischoff, vice president for enrollment management at Case Western Reserve University, offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the college admissions process at a selective private institution.
Using Social Media to Your Advantage
Almost everyone uses social media. Whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, or any other social media platform, schools are watching. So how can a teen make use of this? In this presentation for teenagers, Social Assurity’s Alan Katzman talks about how social media can help (and hurt) the college admissions process.
Career Exploration 101
Not all teens know what they’re going to do for the rest of their lives. How do they start looking? How can parents help? In this presentation for teenagers, Patrick Britton, associate vice president at NOCHE (Northeast Ohio Council on Higher Education), talks about how to start exploring careers.