Insider Tips for the week of June 5, 2023
4 mistakes families make that increase the cost of college – College Inside Track President Chris Wills says it is often the decisions that families themselves make that cause them to unnecessarily pay more for college than they should (and potentially increase student debt). A short read and good conversation starter within your household. Wellness…Read More
Congratulations to Liam Bennicoff, Babson University ’27!
CIT Congratulates Liam Bennicoff, Admitted Early Decision to Babson University, Class of 2027! Congratulations to Liam Bennicoff, who will attend Boston’s Babson College in the fall, majoring in entrepreneurship. Babson is a small college about 30 minutes from Boston that specializes in business majors. Liam has both an entrepreneurial and inventive mind, something that will…Read More
Reasons to Consider UK Colleges, from CIT Consultant Lessa Scherrer
Post Written by Lessa Scherrer, College Inside Track Consultant Applying to college in another country is more than a romantic notion. There are many reasons why a college overseas might be a good fit for you. The UK is an especially good option as all classes are taught in English, there are many internationally-ranked programs…Read More
Insider Tips for the week of May 6, 2023
Activities that impress colleges the most – Parents often wonder what type of activities their student can participate in to impress college admission officers most. CIT’s Paige Feldman explores this common question through the lens of impact, and what really matters most. A valuable read. Signs your senior is ready for college – Sherri Gordon…Read More
Congratulations to Lilly Riedel, Luther College Class of ’27!
Congratulations to Lilly Riedel, Class of 2027, who will attend Luther College, a private liberal arts college in Decorah, Iowa. She will major in Law and Values. while also playing the cello for one of the many ensembles available to non-music majors. Now that Lilly has made her final college selection, she proudly says, “I…Read More
Congratulations to Abby Farrell, University of St. Thomas Class of ’27!
Congratulations to Abby Farrell, University of St. Thomas Class of ‘27! Abby will study in St. Thomas’s booming Opus College of Business, majoring in Operations and Supply Chain Management, with supporting work in International Business. Abby’s high school years have been busy, and peppered with strong diverse experiences. She is a member of her school’s…Read More
Congratulations to Jackson Altstaettler, Lewis & Clark College Class of 2027!
Congratulations to Jackson Altstaetter of Roseville, Minnesota who will be attending Lewis and Clark College in Portland Oregon with a physics major! Jackson’s parents, Rachel Burton and Vince Altstaetter, feel this school is a great choice for Jackson. His mother said, “Lewis and Clark fit Jackson’s personality in many ways. Most importantly, the liberal arts…Read More
Consultant Tour: Tiffany Zwicker Eggers Tours Arizona State University Tempe
Written by CIT Consultant Tiffany Zwicker Eggers Arizona State University at Tempe Arizona State University (ASU) is a vast public research university with much to offer students. It is one of the largest public universities in the United States, with over 80,000 students enrolled across its five campuses: Downtown Phoenix campus, Polytechnic campus, Tempe…Read More
Congratulations to Savannah Sterne, University of North Texas ’27!
Congratulations to Savannah Sterne, University of North Texas ‘27! Savannah, daughter of Valerie and Brendan, will study Biomedical Engineering at UNT, a large, Tier One research university in Denton. Savannah will choose from an array of concentrations to support this interdisciplinary major ( including Biocomputing, Biomaterials, Biomechanics, Biomedical Instrumentation, Biotechnology), along with an option…Read More
Insider Tips for the week of April 8, 2023
Finding meaningful summer activities – Summer is a golden opportunity for students to contribute to the story of who they are, what they value, and how they are engaging their passions, interests & dedication in meaningful ways. CIT Consultant Paige Feldman proposes thinking about what values a student wants to bring forward with the choices…Read More