Posts From the monthly archives: "March 2016"

The fourth in a series of posts dedicated to a deeper-than-usual dive into the college admissions process.

By Jenny Umhofer

Race and education have always been a combustible mix in the United States.  And that explosive potential has always been …

By Curtis Morisaki

 

THE JOURNEY:

Dreaming of a glorious career working in the movies is why some people attend college in Los Angeles, “City of Angels.” For Kirk Brennan, Director of Undergraduate Admission at the University of Southern California …

WACAC CubiclesWhile researching topics for this entry I came across a couple articles that seemed to overlap on the topic of office layout.

It is common to see offices that utilize four-wall cubicle style spaces to conduct their work. This type …

By Rosario Torres

By now you should have heard major FAFSA changes are coming your way Fall 2016 for the 2017-2018 academic year.  While these changes have raised legitimate questions as to how college administrators will treat the new FAFSA, …

WACAC is seeking members interested in applying to volunteer for one of four working groups, each will focus on a specific metric outlined by the leadership team. Read on to learn about these opportunities to for professional development and leadership!   

Spring Break will be here before we know it. During that period, many of your students, including CBSAs (college-bound student-athletes), will be planning visits to schools they wish to attend.

With your non-athlete students you can look at their GPA …

Q & A with Casey Rowley with Neelam Savla interviewing on behalf of WACAC

Over the next few months, we hope you have the opportunity to meet the dedicated professionals who make up WACAC through out WACAC Member Spotlight Series.

By Chris Helvajian

Up until now I’ve shared some true horror stories. The set I’m sharing with you this week falls on the lighter side of the spectrum. Enjoy!

Little Gift
It was a bright fall day and I was …

Presidential Pontifications

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By Ed Devine

Second semester is in full swing!  As college freshmen are re-inserting themselves into their new communities, along with their seasoned friends from the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior class, we hope they find their connections and are turning …

By Jamilla Jamison

 

Reading season is both an exciting and exhausting time for me (probably also for many of my colleagues as well). Every year I’m blown away by all the amazing things our students are able to do …