CLEVELAND, OHIO: For decades nearly every college admission application process required a predictable step: Taking the ACT or SAT. Now, the University of Chicago is rolling out a groundbreaking initiative, UChicago Empower,
During our Wisr Summit Series events, we always ask attendees what challenges they’re most interested in discussing. Time and time again, “engaging students and alumni” is at the top of the list.
For those who decide to attend, college is a defining experience of young adulthood. The average high school student might feel naturally motivated to apply to and attend college, but for first generation
First-year college students have a lot to figure out during their transition from high school to higher ed: making new friends, managing their time, finding exciting extracurriculars, and choosing a major to
There’s a Disparity in How Student Academic Advisor Matching Occurs During my first year of college, I would typically meet with my academic and career advisors once per academic quarter — mostly because
Employer networking events are the perfect opportunity for students to learn about a field of interest and communicate how their skills could be a good match for the company…if done correctly. Attend
There is a big movement in higher education to surround incoming students with dedicated support the moment they enroll. In our experience, we haven’t partnered with a single university that hasn’t increased
We hear it all the time these days: follow your passion. Many students head into college knowing that they should pursue their passion, but one question inevitably forces them to reconsider their