Monthly Archives: March 2011

Overcoming College Rejection

One of the unfortunate parts of the college admissions process is the college rejection letter. It is something we choose not to discuss as we often feel shameful and embarrassed. We should not feel this way! You have worked too … Continue reading

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University of Notre Dame

Top o’ the mornin’ to ya, laddie. Welcome to a special St. Patrick’s Day edition of College Compass Campus Profiles. When you think of Irish and colleges, you think Notre Dame. Read on about the Fightin’ Irish. NAME: University of … Continue reading

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Creating a Solid College Resume: 5 Tips to Prove Your Worth

As part of your admissions packet, most universities expect you to submit a high school resume. In addition to your essays, this is your chance to really sell yourself. Think of yourself as a box of cereal sitting on the … Continue reading

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How to Earn College Credit in High School

A wonderful way to be ahead of the curve entering college is to enter with college credit. Once you become a college student, beginning your career with previous college credits can allow you to be exempt from taking certain classes. … Continue reading

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