Over the next weeks and months you will receive information on how to best be admitted to a college or university in the U.S., how to finance your education, how to graduate in four years and how to position yourself to get a job after graduation. This information is based on my book, The New College Guide: How to Get In, Get Out, and Get a Job.
I have spent more than 40 years as an admission and financial aid director first at St. John’s University in New York, then at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. and finally at Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts. I know, from being on the other side of the desk, the questions that need to be asked by parents and students. I know how to provide high school guidance counselors and international agents with new information to help counsel students.
I hope you will agree with me that the information you receive will help you to make the best decision for you, for your family and for the students you counsel. It is my intention to make you realize that the college admission and financial aid processes need not be complicated or confusing.
So let’s begin our journey together.
Marguerite J. Dennis
Previously published books by Marguerite J. Dennis:
- Barron’s Complete College Financing Guide
- Keys to Financing a College Education
- Mortgaged Futures- How to Graduate from School without Going Broke
- A Practical Guide to Enrollment and Retention Management in Higher Education
- Ten Trends in Higher Education