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Posted by Ryan Burleson on May 23, 2012 in Academic Life, Community Service, Freshman Commons, Living on Campus, Peabody College of Education and Human Development, Preparing for College, 2012 London Olympics, huffington post, Leslie Schichtel, teach twice, Trevor Burbank, Vanderbilt Class of 2012, vanderbilt class of 2016, Vanderbilt Phi Beta Kappa
When I was a high school student visiting colleges and universities I had no idea what I wanted to be when I grew up. I was a first generation college student and just the idea of going to college was both overwhelming and exciting. During a visit to Indiana University (which I eventually attended for...
Posted by Kylie on November 18, 2009 in Advice for Parents, Application Process, College Fairs and VU Visiting Your High School, Peabody College of Education and Human Development, admissions counselor, Application Process, gatekeepers, Indiana University, Peabody College of Education and Human Development, student visits, Vanderbilt University
Many of you are graduating from high school this month or next. I want to give you some homework for the summer. I want you to begin to daydream about what you'll be about as a college student. Most importantly, I want you to give yourself permission to play with those ideas in your head, those big ideas.
The week is senior week here at Vanderbilt. Commencement activities start winding up on Wednesday, which by the way you can follow on Twitter. There's a story unfolding at this year's graduation that reminds me why I love this time of year, and why Vandy is a special place to me.
The letters have gone and been received by most across the country. Usually at this point, the readership of our blog becomes a little segmented depending on which envelope you received from us. The informational needs of each of the different groups certainly keep us busy enough to fill the time vacated by less reading. My hope this week is to provide some "what now" information to our admitted students (today) and our waitlisted students (later this week). For students who were denied and who wish to appeal our decision, see the comments section from the last post (3/26) for details about that process.
Posted by Thom on March 31, 2009 in Blair School of Music, College of Arts and Science, I've been admitted - now what?, Peabody College of Education and Human Development, Scholarships and Financial Aid, School of Engineering, Waitlist, admissions, admissions blog, Financial Aid, Scholarships and Financial Aid, Vanderbilt Admissions, Vanderbilt Admissions Blogs, Waitlist
The following was posted this afternoon on the Vanderbilt Undergraduate Honors Scholarship website: To our Scholarship Applicants: I just wanted to provide a brief update regarding the selection process for the Cornelius Vanderbilt and Chancellor's Scholarship selections.
Wow, the past 2 weeks have gone by quickly! I intended to blog last weekend when I was in Florida for work (I wasn’t too upset to have to spend the weekend there as well), but time got away from me. I am in the midst of travel season, which is super busy. During an...