Counselor's Corner: March 8

posted Feb 15, 2013, 1:20 AM by   [ updated Mar 11, 2013, 3:51 AM ]
More College and University Admissions!

Several more offers of admission were received this week.  Please see below for the most current news of where our Seniors have been offered admission.

Offers of admission from colleges and universities are beginning to add up for the Class of 2013.  As of today half the Senior Class has received an offer from one or more institutions for Fall Semester 2013.  All of the Seniors have applied to several schools and no firm decisions have been made on which offers will be accepted.  We anticipate many more offers throughout the winter and spring. 

Here is quick glance at the offers received so far:

Marco Cordoni:  University of Alaska - (previously noted in the Jag Journal) a public 4-year university in Fairbanks, Alaska, USA, with over 5000 undergrad's.
       Marco's 2nd Offer:  St. Thomas University - jointly a public and Roman Catholic liberal arts university located in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.  STU enrolls 2500 students.

Khadidiatou Agne:  University of Oregon - a public 4 year university in Eugene, Oregon, USA.  UO has over 18,000 undergraduate students (6% are international). 

Medina Charpentier:  Kingston University - one of the United Kingdom's fastest growing newer universities in London, with approx. 20,000 students (14% international)

Haris Fontaine: New York University - Founded in 1831, New York University is now one of the largest private universities (over 40,000 students) in the United States and one of only 60 member institutions of the distinguished Association of American Universities.

Alizee Lefebvre:  Kingston University - one of the United Kingdom's fastest growing newer universities in London, with approx. 20,000 students (14% international)

New!  Carine Oyekola:  University of Maryland - a public, 4-year university in College Park, Maryland, USA.  UM currently enrolls ~26,000 undergraduate students and has been named to the Times Higher Education's 2013 top 100 World Reputation Rankings list and #38 in the world by the Institute of Higher Education (Jiao Tong University, Shanghai.
     Carine's earlier offer:  State University of New York, Binghamton - a public 4-year university in Binghamton, New York, USA with 12,000 undergraduate students (10% international).

Omar Sow:  Stanford University
- a private 4-year university in Stanford, California, USA.  Highly selective, Stanford enrolls approx. 6500 undergraduate students (7% international)

Kadiatou Traore:  Virginia Wesleyan College - a private 4-year liberal arts college in Norfolk, Virgina.  VWC enrolls 1300 undergrad's (1% international).

Samantha Umukesharugo:  University of Windsor - a public comprehensive and research university in Windsor, Ontario.  Canada's southernmost university, UW enrolls 16,500 students. 
     Samantha's 2nd Offer:  Carleton University - Carleton is a dynamic research and teaching institution dedicated to achieving the highest standards of scholarship.   Located in the capital of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, CU enrolls over 19,000 undergraduates.

New!  Nathan Vanelli - Macalester College - Macalester is a private liberal arts college in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA, with 2000+ undergraduate students from 49 states and 94 countries (18% international).  Highly selective, Macalester has an intense focus on educating students in an international tradition and prepares students "to change the world".

Julia Versel:  Yale-NUS College - a partnership between Yale University and the National University of Singapore, Yale-NUS is Singapore's first liberal arts college; students will develop integrated competence in science, social science, and humanities more rigorously than the leading liberal arts colleges.  Highly selective, only 150 students will be admitted in this inaugural year. 
     Julia's 2nd offer:  Elon University - a private 4-year university in Elon, North    Carolina, USA.  Elon enrolls 5000 undergrad's and 700 graduate students. 

Amy Yeager:  Savannah College of Art and Design - a private 4-year visual and performing arts college in Savannah, Georgia, USA.  SCAD enrolls approx. 8000 undergraduates (9% international) in a rigorous liberal arts curriculum along with a strong fine arts foundation.  Amy has been offered $60,000 in scholarships at SCAD!
     Amy's 2nd offer:  Clark University - a private 4-year university and liberal arts college in Worcester, Massachusetts, USA.  Clark is one of the 40 "Colleges That Change Lives" in the Lauren Pope book by the same name; Clark enrolls 2300 undergrad's, of whom 40% are international.  Clark has offered Amy $72,000 in scholarships!

Stan Zakpa: West Virginia University - a public 4-year university in Morgantown, West Virginia, USA.  WVU enrolls approx. 22,000 undergraduate students and 7000+ graduate students.