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Tuesday, February 2, 2021
Step-by-Step Athletic Recruitment Plan

Step-by-Step Athletic Recruitment Plan

COVID-19 has changed many components of the college application process and athletic recruitment is no exception. With many high school sports programs on hold, it can be particularly difficult for students to navigate recruitment season. Although the process may look slightly different than it has in years past, student athletes can set themselves apart by doing their research and staying on top of their to-do lists.
Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Athletic Recruiting 101: What Student Athletes Need to Know

Athletic Recruiting 101: What Student Athletes Need to Know

Many high school athletes dream of continuing to play their sport at the collegiate level, whether it’s at a Division I, II, or III school. From football and basketball to swimming, baseball, softball, and more, there are a number of sports in which student athletes can be recruited to play at the next level, but it’s important for students to understand the basics of the athletic recruiting process before deciding if it’s an avenue they want to pursue. Just as it is in the typical college search process, recruitment is a two-way street.
Thursday, July 25, 2019
Division I Athletic Recruitment: What Students Need to Know

Division I Athletic Recruitment: What Students Need to Know

Just like playing slots in a casino where the outcome is not something you can predict with any degree of certainty, so, too, is the game of collegiate athletic recruitment. In light of the recent Operation Varsity Blues scandal, the college admissions process and particularly athletic recruitment practices have come under heavy scrutiny, but the process is actually much more complicated and selective than many believe. Here’s a look at what really goes into being recruited as an athlete at the Division I level.
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Meet an IvyWise Counselor: Nat

Meet an IvyWise Counselor: Nat

As a Master College Admissions Counselor at IvyWise, Nat is excited to help students reach their goals and get into their best-fit schools. He previously served as an Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions at his alma mater, Skidmore College, and was the Senior Assistant Director of Admissions at New York University and, most recently, at the hyper-selective NYU Abu Dhabi. We asked Nat some questions about his education and admissions history, and we put him on the spot with some of last year's college application questions.
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Recruited or Not: How Sports Affect College Applications

Recruited or Not: How Sports Affect College Applications

When watching the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, I was in awe of the high school-aged kids like Chloe Kim and Red Gerard on Team USA. How do they balance their intensive training and extensive travel schedules with homework and school commitments? Surely being an Olympic athlete is impressive, but how do sports affect the college admissions process for regular students?
Friday, February 12, 2016
Score Big in the Athletic Recruitment Process

Score Big in the Athletic Recruitment Process

Do you dream about sinking that winning buzzer shot in the Sweet Sixteen tournament? How about celebrating New Year's Day with a touchdown at the Rose Bowl? While nearly 60 percent of U.
Sunday, February 2, 2020
2021 College Admissions Trends and Insights from the Experts

2021 College Admissions Trends and Insights from the Experts

It’s important for college-bound students to stay up-to-date on the latest college admissions trends, and the spring semester is an excellent opportunity to reflect on recent updates and keep an eye towards the future. 2020 was a year of tremendous change that affected almost every aspect of college bound students' lives – including the college admissions process. From transitioning to online and hybrid learning models to SAT and ACT cancellations, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on students’ lives and the application cycle at large.
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