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Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Thursday at 1 PM Pacific

February 28th 2019:How Many APs Do I Need?; Accepted Student Days; Visiting Colleges

Ever wonder how many AP courses colleges want to see—or if colleges even do expect to see them? Tune in to our segment on course selection for answers to these questions and insight into how to make the best curriculum choices for you and your journey to college. If you’ve already been accepted and plan to meet with the financial aid office during an upcoming accepted student day on campus, we have suggestions for the questions you should ask during that meeting. Finally, our experts will share some ideas for getting in college visits during your upcoming spring break.

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Kennon Dick

Kennon Dick has devoted almost his entire career to the admissions profession. Kennon comes to College Coach from the admissions staff at Swarthmore College where he performed the duties of Associate Dean of Admissions for eight years. Responsible for training new Deans for the reading process, training and coordinating part-time readers, he was also responsible for the admissions database and served as the athletics department liaison. He has been active in NYSACAC, New York State Association for College Admission Counseling, presented workshops at PACAC, Pennsylvania Association for College Admission Counseling and co-presented a workshop at the national Summit Conference. A graduate of t
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Emily Toffelmire

I came to College Coach after working for many years in college admissions and high school counseling. Counseling was a career that interested me because, at the low-performing public high school I attended, college guidance was almost non-existent. The inequality of access I saw firsthand inspired me to earn my Master’s of Education and work in public schools. I also spent time at an overseas school in Thailand guiding students through the application process for universities around the world. I later transitioned to admissions at USC, where I began as an assistant director, recruiting and reading thousands of freshman and transfer applications. I later moved on to the USC Dornsife Colleg
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Stacey MacPhetres

Stacey MacPhetres has devoted her professional career to education finance. With extensive experience in financial aid administration at Emerson College and Elms College, she has counseled thousands students and families through the financial aid process. In addition, Stacey spent more than a decade working in education finance at JPMorgan Chase, where she was responsible for managing loans for both federal and private loan portfolios. Prior to joining College Coach, she served as a consultant in financial aid for Mount Holyoke College. Stacey holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Marist College and a master’s degree in political communication and marketing from Emerson College
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