5 College Application Tips
If you’re beginning to think about applying to college and are wondering what you can do to increase your chances of getting accepted to the schools of your choice, here are a few tips to consider...
List of Homeschool-Friendly Colleges
While most colleges and universities admit homeschooled students, some lay out the "welcome mat" a little more eagerly than others. This list is developed based on three sources, including my own research...
High School Credit Tracker
We all know that one of the hardest parts of any type of non-traditional education is keeping track of required classes, units assigned, and grades awarded, so here's a handy template to help you out...!
New Book Announcement!
As the number of homeschoolers continues to increase, professionals who work with homeschoolers seeking higher education need to develop a plan to recruit, assess, and assimilate these particularly motivated, thoughtful, creative students. Combining her professional experience with insights gathered from surveys of US colleges and universities, author Lori Dunlap provides the information you need to more fully understand this population, along with strategies and approaches for easily and effectively connecting with, engaging, and assessing these non-traditional students. Lori also helps homeschooling families discover what admissions professionals are looking for in their ideal applicant, better preparing them for the college application process and working with the admissions professionals at their chosen schools.
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