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Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Thursday at 1 PM Pacific

July 29th 2021: Demonstrated Need; 3+2 Engineering Programs; Supplemental Essays

What does it mean when a college states that they cover 100 percent of demonstrated financial need? Is that too good to be true? We have thoughts—and facts—and we’ll share them! For those students interested in engineering, we’re digging into 3+2 programs to share more details about how those work. Office Hours is all about supplemental essays: what they are, who requires them, and where to find them.

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Landis Fryer

Landis Fryer worked in undergraduate admissions at both his alma mater Dartmouth College and at Northwestern University outside Chicago. He earned his Master of Science in Higher Education from the University of Pennsylvania. After graduation, Landis moved to Seoul, South Korea to launch a start-up admissions and personal skills center for high school Korean students seeking enrollment in American universities. Later that year, spent several months in Shanghai, China helping Chinese students learn the application process. He earned his Ph.D. in Comparative and International Education at Loyola University Chicago, completing his dissertation on global leadership development in South Korea. Si
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Jeanne Mahan

Jeanne Mahan has significant experience in financial aid at the graduate and undergraduate levels. She was a financial aid coordinator at Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine and a senior financial aid counselor at Quinsigamond Community College. Jeanne has served as an ambassador for Massachusetts Education Finance Authority, visiting high schools and meeting with parents and students to discuss how to fund a college education. She has also presented to various groups involved in college awareness and readiness. Jeanne graduated from Emmanuel College with a bachelors degree in French language and literature, earned a certificate of French language from the Sorbonne, and a masters pr
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Jennifer Simons

Jennifer Simons began her extensive recruitment and college counseling career as an admissions counselor at Barnard College, where she served as Barnards liaison to The Jewish Theological Seminary, the Manhattan School of Music, and The Julliard School. She left Barnard to pursue her masters in higher education administration from Harvard. After graduate school, Jennifer was hired as an associate director of admissions and director of transfer admissions at Connecticut College. A family move brought her to New York City, where she served for two years as a college counselor at the Ramaz School. An opportunity to be the director of international recruitment at Tufts University brought her bac
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