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The College of William and Mary
Bachelor's in Sociology
I started my career as an admissions counselor for Johnson State College. Soon after that, I served as associate director at Drexel University, where I was also the athletic liaison between the admissions office and coaches. In addition, I spent a few years at Drexel working with transfer students, reviewing applications, and developing articulation agreements with area colleges. Moving to Swarthmore College, I served for eight years as an associate dean of admissions and again as the athletics liaison. My years at Swarthmore in what I call hyper-selective admissions is where I gained much of the experience I use to help me guide students in putting together the strongest application possible.
Is there anything that a waitlisted student can do to help his chances of getting in? College admissions advisor explains.
Kennon Dick, former college admissions officer at Swarthmore College, advises students how to answer the “why this major?” supplemental essay.
This year’s essay prompts for the Emory University application may seem perplexing, but we’ll help break them down for you. Read on.
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