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Part 3 – Determining Your Travel Route

Mapping Your College Tour Travel Route After your teen has set goals for each of her college visits, the next natural step is mapping out your college tour travel route. The goals that you have set—what she would like to see and do—will give you a starting point toward determining […]

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Part 2 – Setting Goals for College Visits 

Creating a List of ‘Musts’   The purpose of visiting colleges is to determine where your child will best fit in and be happy both academically and socially, so visits need to go beyond taking the scheduled group tour and information session at each university. To this end, setting specific […]

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Hostilities, Travel and Teens

Off to Israel 7.8.14   Although international study has been a part of the education scene for decades, the increase in study abroad programs has skyrocketed in recent years. Along with semester abroad programs, there are also countless camp and leadership programs that travel to points around the globe.   […]

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Part 1 ‘The Benefits of a College Visit’

The following post is the first in a series that, over the next six weeks, will address the nuts and bolts of planning a college visit trip. Each week will feature a different aspect of planning—topics will include setting goals for your trip, how to go about making customized arrangements […]

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Traveling with Your Teen

Unique Lodging Adds a Special Touch to College Visits Planning college visit trips consists of a combination of many tasks, including arranging personalized on-campus arrangements, figuring out the best dates and routes, and taking care of logistics such as accommodations and transportation. When making lodging arrangements for college visits, many parents automatically think of the […]

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Finding Common Ground

Finding Common Ground This past Tuesday I returned from a week back east where I celebrated the graduation of my daughter from Smith College and enjoyed the many activities that led up to Sunday’s commencement.   I couldn’t help but feel proud of my alma mater as I sat through […]

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Accepted Candidates Day

Accepted Candidates Day – A Good Time to Visit? I recently attended Accepted Candidates Day at Skidmore College with my son Philip. I am proud to say he is now a member of the Skidmore Class of 2018! Since last attending an accepted students day with my daughter in 2010, […]

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SAT vs. the ACT

If you are the parent of a college bound student in the 10th or 11th grade then I am sure you have heard conflicting opinions about whether your son or daughter should take the SAT or the ACT. To provide a path out of the confusion we have a guest […]

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College Visit Tip 13 – Know Where to Park

College Visit Tip 13 Visiting a College? Know where to Park! Parking is difficult on or around most college & university campuses. Before arriving on-campus know where to park. Check with admissions or campus security. Some questions you might ask: Is there a special lot for visitors? Do you need […]

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College Visit Tip 7 – Know NCAA Rules!

College Visit Tip # 7  Athletes Should Know the NCAA Rules for Official & Unofficial Visits The NCAA (National College Athletic Association) sets the rules for Official and Unofficial college visits. If you would like to play sports at a D1, D2 or D3 college or university be sure you […]

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