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I see all students scrambling to meet their Early Action deadlines. good! It shows you are all time-sensitive and time- management savvy.


I read this book in one night. Interesting details inside. It had an undertone of promoting Historically Black Colleges. But it also had savvy tips for people of color.

Here are some of the colleges they are showcasing:

Alcorn State.

Mississippi Valley State

Savannah State.

Coppin State University

Dillard University

Clark Atlanta University

Bowie State University

West Virginia State University

Jackson State University

Virginia Union

Prairie View A& M

Texas Southern


Florida A&M

North Carolina A&T State University

Lincoln University

Cheyney University

Take a look, you could be pleasantly surprised. Affordability is a "real" factor. And there has been a resurgence of interest in these schools.

But go buy the book, worth a good read!

See you next week.


Do your applications have you going ? We've been there! Students often have questions on the Activities & Impact section, so we're hosting a webinar this week to help walk you through creating your strongest application.

Each year, we ask students to tell us about how they occupy time outside of class and how they contribute to their communities. During this session, admission officers will discuss how to complete your activities section and provide tips on how to choose and articulate your community contributions. This is a very popular event so claim your spot now!

Application Advice: Activities & Impact

DATE Thursday, October 26th TIME 4-5 PM ET


Join us for a virtual roundtable conversation with seasoned admissions officers from Columbia University, the University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University and Yale University.

We will discuss admissions, financial aid and other current topics of interest to international counselors. We'll also give insights on the latest details regarding life and learning at our institutions.

Latin America & the Caribbean Virtual Counselor Roundtable Thursday, October 26 11:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Eastern Time Register now by clicking here. We also encourage you to share the October 26 student session with any students and families who you feel may be interested.

Space is limited and registration is REQUIRED. If you have questions about the information session, please email If you have signed up to be on the mailing lists of multiple institutions, you may receive more than one copy of this invitation.


Spring Gap Programs Limited spaces available

Our Spring Gap Programs are filling up! Ready to follow your curiosity to uncover new ways of learning? Whether you’re looking to improve your language skills, gain cultural perspective, or engage in the world as a traveler, not a tourist, we’d love to share those opportunities with you.

Unsure where to start? Need help deciding on a program?

Schedule a call with our team today to plan your gap year with intention.GAP PROGRAMS

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 1 Space 



Trek along glaciated peaks, connect with local communities, and build Spanish proficiency in a range of dramatic settings.

Departs Feb. 12thLearn more >> 5 Spaces 



Trek on the roof of the world, study traditional arts with local masters. Live in a farming village and sit for a Buddhist meditation retreat.

Departs Feb. 12thLearn more >> 4 Spaces 



Examine issues of transboundary resource management, explore diverse belief systems, and participate in community-driven learning service.

Departs Feb. 12thLearn more >>


GALLUP recently released a study that shows that U.S. adults with some form of postsecondary education are likely to have higher rates of volunteerism and better health. Read the study Are your student-athletes anxious about the college scouting and admission process? Our Athletic Liaison answered some frequently asked questions.Recruiting FAQs

What we're reading

A recent national survey from the Healthy Minds Network found that the mental health of current college students seems to be improving.

Cornell College welcomed 10 new faculty members for the academic year. Their expertise includes math, biology, Spanish, elementary education, and more.

Writer Chris Everett Domes wrote an article for The Philadelphia Inquirer, "Small colleges can benefit students on the margins," which talks about how small colleges play a critical role in society.

We may be a small liberal arts school in a charming Iowa town, but that doesn't mean we can't get a little rowdy.


What’s New at Bryant U?

We hope this finds you well and rejuvenated for the start of another promising school year. We are excited to partner with you as you guide your students to make informed decisions about their educational and career aspirations.

As your students plan their college visits, we hope they consider joining us for one of our Fall Open Houses on October 21 and November 11. An open house provides the opportunity for students to see firsthand that our students are successful, involved members of our community.

We are excited to explore new opportunities for your students through visits, college fairs, and workshops. Our admission counselors are here to answer each question, every step of the way. We welcome you, your students, and their families to connect with us in-person, virtually, or over the phone.

Register for Upcoming Admission Events

We would love to meet you!

Fall Open House

Explore Bryant this fall.

Discover Our Campus

New this Fall!

Academic Programs:

  • Arts and Creative Industries

  • Managerial Accounting and Finance

  • Bryant’s reimagined GenEd curriculum inspired by and infused with the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals

Advanced Degree Opportunities:

  • 3+3 Accelerated Bachelor’s/JD with Villanova University

  • 3+1 Accelerated MBA

  • 4+1 Master’s in Actuarial Science

Campus Transformation:

Bryant is growing! A new 250,000-square-foot Business Entrepreneurship and Leadership Center (BELC) will transform the student experience.

Bryant Rises in Rankings

Bryant has risen to the top 7% in the nation in the recent Wall Street Journal ranking; ascending 116 spots to an overall 111 in the U.S., Bryant was also named 54th in the country for salary outcomes. The Princeton Review once again has ranked Bryant as a top institution including top 25 rankings for Best College Library, Most Active Student Government, and Students Love Their School Teams.

Welcoming Bryant’s Class of 2027

The newest 953 Bulldogs were welcomed to campus as a diverse and accomplished cohort of individuals who are already making their mark on the world.

Meet Archie, Bryant’s community comfort dog

Your furry friend on stressful days, Archie has become a pillar on the Bryant campus. Whether you are navigating challenging exams, homesickness, or simply needing a furry embrace, Archie is here to remind us that it’s okay to take a break and recharge. Meet Archie.

Scene at Bryant

Excitement fills the air as new students and their families arrive on campus for move-in day on August 31. "Scene" here is Bryant's mascot, Tupper, and a group of spirited students welcoming families at the main entrance of Bryant University. Move-in day marks the official start of Welcome Week when new students participate in a week full of educational sessions and social activities before the first day of class on September 5. Follow us.


Hey Sandra,

With more than 100 programs at Waterloo, it can be hard to choose just one. But that’s no problem — lots of our programs offer flexibility when it comes to customizing your studies.

From trying out fun elective courses to adding a minor to your major, there’s so much to explore. Let’s dive in!

Want to try out the Waterloo experience? Our Fall Open House is coming up next month on November 25. Come visit us to take a campus tour, learn all about our programs and admissions, chat with students and professors, and much more!

Talk soon,

University of Waterloo


The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (NACAC)


Thank you for stopping by the Creative UK Booth at the NACAC Conference in Baltimore. I hope you had an enjoyable and successful conference. I’m writing to re-connect, and to inform you of some upcoming events which may be of interest to you and your students.

The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA) is a small, specialist provider of creative and performing arts courses. Co-founded by Sir Paul McCartney, who remains our Lead Patron, we teach across Acting, Applied Theatre, Dance, Filmmaking, Management, Music, Musical Theatre, Performance Design, Production Technology and Sound Technology. Together, we make performance possible. Our 1,000 students work together, as they would in the industry to create and stage over 50 productions per year. Roughly 25% of our students come from outside of the UK, representing over 40 countries worldwide. Between 5% and 7% of our student population is from the USA.

The city of Liverpool has an international reputation as a cultural hub. More museums, galleries, and listed buildings than any UK city outside of London, the city is also England’s only UNESCO City of Music and listed in The Guiness Book of Records as the ‘World Capital of Pop’. It is also a favourite film industry location, a digital and design city and a festival city.

Virtual Open House

On Friday, November 3 we will host our live virtual Open House event. Please do encourage any interested students to register here.

US based auditions and interviews

We are now accepting applications for 2024 entry either through our website or via UCAS. All our courses require an audition or portfolio and interview as part of the selection process. Our USA auditions and interviews for September 2024 entry are open only to those who have pre-applied in advance and are scheduled for January and February 2024. More details can be found on the international section of our website.

Please do stay in touch, and we look forward to continuing to work with you.



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