Class of 2023 Acceptances

This list will be updated as the acceptances roll in. Most will be released in March. Drake University Miami University of Ohio University of Michigan Pennsylvania State University Central State University Fordham University Hope College Carthage College Coe College Colorado State University Cornell College Alabama A&M University University of Oregon Colorado School of Mines Santa Clara University University of Alabama- Birmingham UNC- Chapel Hill Northeastern University University of Miami University of Wisconsin- Madison College of Charleston #classof2023 #college #admit #acceptance #drake #coe #cornell #colorado #stateschool #EA #ED

Common App Beyond the US

Have you filled out your Common App feeling a sense of wanderlust? I have previously discussed the many benefits of attending university abroad. Here are some international schools you can apply to without needing to learn a whole new application platform. NORTH AMERICA Canada Bishop’s University Queen’s University Quest University St. Thomas University University of Guelph OCEANIA Australia Monash University ASIA China Duke Kunshan University NYU Shanghai UMichigan – Shanghai Jiao Tong University Hong Kong University of Hong Kong Japan Doshisha University Singapore Yale-NUS College South Korea Sungkyunkwan University Yonsei University – Underwood EUROPE Bulgaria American University in Bulga

FAFSA Made Simple

Step 1: Create Your FSA ID. If you have not done so already, create a FSA ID. You can and should do this before Oct 1. Parents and Students BOTH need a FSA ID. Do that here: Step 2: Gather Your Information. Locate documents for both parents and the student: Social Security Number Federal income tax returns for 2017, W-2s, and other records of money earned. (Note: You may be able to transfer your federal tax return information into your FAFSA using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool.) Bank statements, Screenshot of Account for the day you file, and records of investments (if applicable) Records of untaxed income (if applicable) You may now begin! If you are filing

Common vs Coalition Application Platforms

Verdict: The Common App (CA) is used by substantially more institutions and is established as the main application platform. For most students, it would be wise to use this platform as many schools are not on the Coalition Application (CAAS). If they used CAAS, they likely will need to duplicate efforts. However, CAAS is a change-maker in both secondary and higher education, with its community involvement and enforcement of fair standards. For purpose of illustration, imagine you need a cup of coffee and a pastry. CA is a chain like Dunkin Donuts or Starbucks. It is likely the easiest place to get a coffee, as there is a location on every corner. It is already a part of your routine and they



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