Choosing a college is an important - and exhaustive - endeavor. Here, we hope you will find helpful information to keep your family on track throughout the college search process.
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October 16, 2014
KATHY MURPHY, Dean of Admissions
In this issue of Parent Perspectives, Assumption’s dean, Kathy Murphy shares with you some tips about the college application process. Kathy has over 30 years of experience reading applications and essays and offers a few insights. Learn more in 4 Tips for Parents in the Application Process.
September 22, 2014
SARA PORT, DIRECTOR OF VISIT EXPERIENCES
The fall will be a very busy time for your family. It’s an ideal time to visit colleges – classes are back in session, and you can get a genuine feel for the community now that students and faculty are back on campus. Read “Planning your college visit activities for fall” to learn more about the different types of campus visits available during the fall so that you can begin to plan which type may be best for your family.
August 18, 2014
MIKE PERRON, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS
Did you know that your high school guidance office may be one of the most valuable resources to you in the college search process? In this issue of Parent Perspectives, Mike Perron, former director of guidance at both Ashland and Sutton High Schools, offers 3 tips for working with your guidance office.
July 24, 2014
KAREN AMARAL, DIRECTOR OF TECHNOLOGY FOR ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT
In this issue of Parent Perspectives, Karen Amaral, parent of three college graduates (and one more just beginning the search), will provide tips for getting the most out of the summer before your child’s senior year of high school. Read “3 tips to make the most of summer with your college-bound student”.