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Rhode Island School of Design: Where Creativity Meets the Coast

Written by CIT Consultant Tiffany Kolb Tucked away just a stone’s throw from the bustling cities of Boston and NYC lies the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), a haven for creative souls and aspiring artists. With a rich history dating back to 1877, RISD offers a one-of-a-kind experience for students looking to unleash their…

Congratulations to Vince Cormier, University of Tampa Class of 2028

CIT congratulates Vince Cormier as he celebrates his exciting journey to the University of Tampa in 2028! UT is where academic brilliance meets warm personal attention and practical experience, all nestled in an unbeatable location. One step onto the gorgeous riverfront campus, and you’ll feel right at home, ready to dive into a world brightened…

Congratulations to Ryan Scrimpshire, Texas A&M Class of 2028!

Ryan chose Texas A&M University because of its top-notch business program, lots of fun traditions and a one of a kind school spirit. “The college search process can be grueling but working with Paige and College Inside Track made it so much easier,” Ryan said. “We worked hard but also had fun along the way!”…

Discovering Your Potential at Roger Williams University

Written by CIT Consultant Tiffany Kolb Nestled along the picturesque shores of Bristol, Rhode Island, Roger Williams University offers a dynamic and immersive college experience like no other. From its top-ranked sailing program to its innovative majors and vibrant campus life, RWU empowers students to explore their passions, expand their horizons, and make a positive…

Congratulations to Greta Laurel, Macalester College Class of 2028!

Greta Laurel knows really cool stuff. The 2024 Hudson Senior High School graduate knows about biology and optometry, how to make Corgis smile, how to make beautiful ceramic bowls and sculptures, how to avoid bears in her backyard, how to win a fiercely competitive pizza-making contest, and above all, how to make sure the quiet…

Congratulations to Max Anderson, University of Notre Dame Class of 2028!

Max Anderson’s Journey to Notre Dame: Balancing Academics, Athletics, and Ambition For Max, the allure of Notre Dame wasn’t immediate. Initially focused on other schools due to football recruitment, he reconsidered his options as circumstances evolved. “Notre Dame was never really that high on my list,” Max admits, “but with some changes in recruitment, I…

Insider Tips for the week of May 2, 2024

Why student engagement matters – College is much more than your classes and major, and CIT’s Heather McCowen explains the importance of student engagement and how to make the most of the college experience. An important read to discuss with your child. The importance of the HS activities list for health science majors – CIT’s Kim Koffi explains…

Congratulations to Martin Guzenda, Purdue Engineering Class of 2028!

Congratulations to Martin Guzenda, Purdue Engineering Class of 2028! Martin is a student at Vandegrift High School in Austin, TX. In addition to his highly rigorous course load, he was involved in robotics on the CAD and hardware teams, played trumpet in his high school’s state championship varsity marching band, and spent two terms as…

Cozy Wittman on Wicked Pissah Podcast: College Planning

College Planning with Cozy Wittman: Wicked Pissah Podcast, Episode 191 In this episode, Brad Wright and Jeff Tomaneng are joined by Cozy Wittman. Cozy is an education and partnership leader at College Inside Track. Cozy speaks nationally about college search, educating families and training financial advisors and other professionals who work with families with high…

High Point Looks to the Future

By CIT Consultant Lessa Scherrer “The “great disruption” in skills is underway. According to BCG and Emsi Burning Glass, over one-third of the top 20 skills in job postings for the average job has changed since 2016. … while technical skills remain highly valued, the top five most sought-after skills that employers are seeking today…