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University of Arkansas
Bachelor's in Advertising/Public Relations
University of Nevada-Las Vegas
Master's in Educational Counseling
I came to College Coach after working for many years in college admissions and high school counseling. As a school counselor, I assisted students in the college application process and wrote hundreds of letters of recommendation, while also helping them and their families cope with any emotional, social, and academic concerns throughout the year. I transitioned from the high school setting to the admissions office when I joined the University of Southern California as an assistant director, reading freshmen and transfer applications and collaborating on admission decisions for over 150 majors, including the liberal arts, engineering, business, cinema, and the fine and performing arts. I subsequently took on the role of senior assistant director in the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, where I coordinated the division's Mork, Stamps, Trustee, Presidential and Dean's merit scholarship selection process, as well as recruitment publications and outreach, and traveled everywhere from Honolulu to Miami presenting to and interviewing hundreds of applicants each year.
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Students are often unsure of what to list in the activity section of their college applications. In this brief video, we explain what admissions officers are looking for.
Northwest Iowa Community College is regularly recognized as one of the highest performing community colleges in the U.S. Read on to find out why!
Home to about 6,000 undergraduates, University of South Carolina Upstate is just one of seven colleges and universities in the local region.