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As an international admissions counselor, David shares his experience recruiting in Japan last fall. Despite being familiar with Tokyo, a new mission of spreading awareness about Vanderbilt's offerings pushes his recruitment skills to new heights.
Posted by David Lazo on June 9, 2014 in International Students, Preparing for College, Scholarships and Financial Aid, admissions, admissions blog, Asia, commute, Food, International, international recruiting, International Students, Japan, Japanese, Japanese culture, Nashville, rush hour, Seoul, Silicon Valley, Tokyo, undergraduate admissions, Vanderbilt Admissions
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on May 29, 2014 in Application Process, File Reading Explained, Preparing for College, Uncategorized, admissions counselors, calm, campus visits, Cheetos, College search, counselors, courage, Family, GPA, holistic admissions, March Madness, office of undergraduate admissions, pajamas, Parents, Scandal, SIM City, test scores, Transfer Admissions
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on April 29, 2014 in I've been admitted - now what?, Information for Incoming Students, Preparing for College, Uncategorized, admitted students, Class of 2018, Commodore Card, Commodore Cash, commons reasing, course registration, email, enrolling students, Facebook, Housing, martha rivers ingram commons, matriculation deposit, matriculation fee, MyAppVU, registration, Road to Vanderbilt, Salvage the Bones, vunetid, YES, Your Enrollment Services
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on April 22, 2014 in I've been admitted - now what?, Preparing for College, Uncategorized, academics, admitted students, advice, college decisions, College search, Country Music, current students, extracurricular activities, home, Lousiana, May 1, Parents, pro con list, researc, Student Organizations, success, website
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on April 9, 2014 in Academic Life, Community Service, Nashville, Preparing for College, Student Life, academics, Balance, Blair School of Music, collaboration, College of Arts and Science, community, Community Service, Curriculum, Decisions, Diversity, Faculty, filmmaking, Heads of House, Nashville, peabody college, Pre-med, Professors, Research, school of engineering, school spirit, SEC, The Ingram Commons
There’s just nothing like a campus visit for helping you find your fit with a school. If you haven’t visited campus yet, or even if you have but you want another look, Vanderbilt offers a range of campus visit programs. Here is a quick rundown of the options.
Posted by Jay Watson on April 1, 2014 in Preparing for College, Visiting Vanderbilt, admitted students, campus tours, campus visits, Class of 2018, Decision Letters, Dore for a day, global 'dore for a day, information sessions, inside dores, open houses, school fit, vanderbilt and you, vanderbilt virtual tour, virtual tour
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on December 20, 2013 in Application Process, Balance, Preparing for College, Uncategorized, Visiting Vanderbilt, 2014, admissions counselor, Applications, Beyonce, Common Application, dogs in boots, free hug campaign, happy holiodays, MyAppVU, Netflix, New Year's Resolutions, OUA, pilates, senior year, spring semester, video games, winter break, yoga
Congratulations, QuestBridge Finalists! Your hard work is paying off, and you’re one step closer to college. If you’ve ranked Vanderbilt as one of your college choices, we thank you – we’re looking forward to reviewing your application! Your work isn’t finished though, and I have answers to your questions about what comes next in the...
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on July 22, 2013 in Academic Life, Preparing for College, Student Life, Visiting Vanderbilt, Campus Dining, campus tour, campus visits, class of 2017, class visits, Classes, Dore for a day, Fall, information session, New York Times, office of undergraduate admissions, OUA, Summer, The Choice, The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on January 23, 2013 in Application Process, Mid-Year Reports, Nashville, Preparing for College, Uncategorized, admissions counselors, Application deadlines, application requirements, Campus visit, daily information sessions, guidance counselors, inside dores, midyear reports, music city, Nashville, personal essay, resume, teacher recommendations, Tom Petty, tour guides, transcripts