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Posted by David Lazo on October 31, 2014 in Admissions Committee, Application Process, College Application Guides, The College Essay, Application Process, Common Application, guidance counselors, Letters of Recommendation, personal statement, Recommendation letters, teacher, teacher recommendations, Universal College Application
With applications rolling in, I’m excited to learn more about the upcoming selection process. So I asked some of my colleagues about the philosophy of positive advocacy, the idea that admissions counselors open each application looking for the reasons to admit students rather than reasons to deny them.
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on July 17, 2013 in Admissions Committee, Application Process, General Information, Uncategorized, admissions counselors, Annalise Miyashiro, Applications, Atlanta, Black and Gold Days, Chattanooga, coffee, corps, Danish, David Lazo, Human and Organizational Development, international recruitment, Jay Watson, Knoxville, Leslie Sanderfur, MOSAIC, Panhellenic Council, peabody college, Political Science, South Florida, Stanford University, tour guides, travel, University of California Berkeley, University of Tennessee, vanderbilt and you, Vandy Fan for a Day, VIBE, VUcept
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on April 1, 2013 in Admissions Committee, Application Process, College Rankings, Uncategorized, Admission, admissions blog, admissions counselors, Aruba, Aurther Slugworth, extracurricular activities, Faculty, national championships, nonprofits, passion, Paul Rudd, regular decision, school fit, test scores, Tina Few, travel season, U.S. News and World Report
Posted by Ryan Burleson on October 19, 2012 in Academic Life, Admissions Committee, Advice for Parents, Application Process, andrew cohen, apply to vanderbilt, Blair School of Music, bo yeon ihn, chloe stegeman, College of Arts and Science, Fido, Hillsboro Village, julianne connors, luke anapolis, Nathan Hall, Peabody College of Education and Human Development, ryan higgins, school of engineering, shing ann yeh, why apply to vanderbilt