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Changes to the Common Application

The newest version of the Common Application, which will debut this August for the High School Class of 2014, will include some changes. The proposed changes that were giving some counselors the most

What Will This College Cost?

Many parts of the college application and acceptance process are not transparent, including need based financial aid—who will qualify and for how much? Rules now require colleges to put a “net price

College Roommate Issues

In December of 2010, I wrote a blog about co-ed dorm rooms—where male and female undergraduate students share a dorm room. My advice was for students and parents to get as much information as possible

Tuition Fees Based on Your Major?

What is going on in Florida? As a former resident of the Sunshine State and a proud graduate of the University of Florida, I was dismayed to read what the state is proposing regarding higher

First Time Back Home for College Freshmen:

Happy Thanksgiving to All. I wrote this blog in 2010 and it is still relevant. This week, college freshmen will arrive home for a four day– or even longer –Thanksgiving break. For many, this will be

Expect the Unexpected

This fall has certainly given the northeast a run for our money. We had a hurricane that was nicknamed Frankenstorm, as much for its proximity to Halloween as its size and potential for destruction.

Some Early Deadlines Extended

At Janet Rosier’s Educational Resources, Inc. we are without power or internet but happy to have survived Hurricane Sandy without damage. On Friday I strongly suggested to seniors with November 1

Early Applications and Hurricane Sandy

As Yogi Berra famously said, “It’s déjà vu all over again”. November 1 is a big day for college application deadlines.  Many colleges that offer binding Early Decision and some that offer Early Action