Virginia Wesleyan Admissions

Is Going to College Really Worth It?

Published on: Author: Kim H.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/03/college-worth-it_n_5754784.html

Is going to college really worth it? It is a question that is asked a lot these days. Economically speaking, times are very hard. People have lost their homes and savings. The "haves" suddenly have more in common with the "have-nots". Couponing may just become an Olympic sport....

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On the Road Again: Fall in Admissions

Published on: Author: Pete C.

Working in college admissions is, as you might imagine, a very cyclical experience. The winter involves reviewing a lot of applications and helping families through the financial aid process. Spring is busy with seniors making their college choices and juniors starting their college searches. Summer brings planning meetings and the...

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Meet You at the Fair!! College Counselors Are Getting Ready to Meet Prospective Students

Published on: Author: Beth C.

Are you planning to attend a college fair in your area this fall? Well, those college fairs are attended by college representatives who spend a good part of their time from September- November traveling to fairs and high schools to meet with YOU.
Like me, most admissions reps love...

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The 2015 Virginia Wesleyan College Application is Ready!

Published on: Author: Kim H.

Our 2015 application is up and running and we are so excited!! The counselors have their reading glasses on and the workroom staff have their file cabinets prepped. It is free to apply and the essay is optional, so what are you waiting for? Get typing Class of 2019! Continue reading


Getting to Know Your Admissions Counselor: Part VIII

Published on: Author: Kim H.

So, there is one more introduction to be made and that is me, Kim Harriman, your faithful blog host/author. I work with Shelby St.Gelais helping students who are transferring to Virginia Wesleyan College and on special projects within the Office of Admissions, including this blog!

I graduated from VWC in 1990...

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