The idea of a Gap Year is certainly not for everyone, but for students, such as those we met in Australia and New Zealand, who aren’t quite ready to start college right after high school, a Gap Year may be the answer.
Congratulations to CollegeGateway seniors and suggestions to consider as you move ahead in making your final college choice.
This winter break, get off the couch and start exploring with some of these activities.
Tips and tricks for your next campus visit and information on a few colleges you should check out.
Acceptance rates for the Class of 2021, suggestions for actions you may take to help you with your decision making, and tips for aspiring college athletes.
Head over to the new College Gateways Facebook page for the most up-to-date information about higher education and college admissions. Check out “Now Is the Time To Take Charge of Your College Search,” a new column in the Centre County Gazette by Dr. Ricker-Gilbert. Additionally, read on for information about an upcoming panel discussion on “Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be.”
Student gift ideas and a list of books to read over the holiday break.
Insights from the Dean of Harvard Admissions and a list of this year’s College Gateway Seniors’ college decisions.
Watch our recent video spotlight and view more information on what you should do before college.
Information on the new SATs as well as a list of successful college placements.
Tips for deferred students as well as a few suggestions for Seniors once they finish their applications.
Suggestions for types of colleges that Juniors may want to explore, tips for last minute essay writing, and some gift suggestions for high school and college students during this holiday season.
Learn what some college freshmen were asked to read over the summer along with advice for high school seniors on writing successful application essays.
Learn why high school students should read this summer, what some colleges are asking members of their 2013 Freshman class to read, and check out of the favorite books suggested by CollegeGateways students with whom I work.