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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
If you're a high school student who has started the college search process, you probably have stacks of brochures, pamphlets, and post cards from various schools. But have you ever wondered where exactly these publications come from? Carolyn gives you the back-story on the life of a VU publication.
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on October 7, 2013 in General Information, admissions, admissions counselors, admissions processing center, brochures, college fairs, Publications, request information, undergraduate admissions, undergraduate research, Vanderbilt Creative Services, Vanderbilt Printing Services, viewbook
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on July 26, 2013 in Application Process, College Application Guides, Uncategorized, admissions, Applications, Blair School of Music, Common Application, Dallas, dates and deadlines, fall 2014, Homeschooled Students, International Students, lists, QuickGuide, Requirements, Transfer Applications
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on July 2, 2013 in College Fairs and VU Visiting Your High School, General Information, Road Shows, Uncategorized, academics, admissions, admissions counselors, alumni, campus visits, class of 2017, Class of 2018, Director of Admissions, Financial Aid, Honolulu, john gaines, mailing list, move-in, Parents, road show, Student Life, The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, travel season
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on November 8, 2012 in College Fairs and VU Visiting Your High School, Uncategorized, academics, Admission counselors, admissions, Applications, Arkansas, brochures, college fairs, Contact cards, Dallas, Financial Aid, fitness, Fort Worth, Free wireless, Hampton Inn, high school visits, Lunch visits, Nashville, Public libraries, Student Life, Subway, tennessee, Texas, travel, Valparaiso, Villanova
With November just around the corner there are many deadlines approaching in the world of college admissions. As a senior in high school, there are A LOT of dates to remember so I definitely recommend organizing yourself with a calendar/planner/smart phone application. Sometimes a deadline is hard and fast – as in if you...
Posted by Torrey on October 24, 2011 in Application Process, admissions, Admissions Deadlines, Application Process, decision process, Early Decision, Early Decision at Vanderbilt, Financial Aid, Scholarships, Scholarships and Financial Aid, undergraduate admissions, Vanderbilt Admissions, vanderbilt admissions process, Vanderbilt Early Decision, Vanderbilt University Admissions, Vanderbilt University Merit Scholarships
For the Vanderbilt class of 2015, The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons already feels like home. They have taken mid-terms and written papers, and they’ve cheered the Vanderbilt Football team to three victories at home. It has been only a few weeks since we welcomed 1,601 first-year students to campus, and we want you to know...