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- Recruiting in Myanmar – finding peace of mind and international students
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Guest blogger, Amy Zero, Senior Assistant Director of Admissions at Augustana shares (literally) inside scoop about the jungle that is standardized testing in the college search. Yep, that’s me– [..]
Guest blog by Kelly Pulford, Assistant Director of Admissions, Transfer and International Admissions. Real Live International Recruitment! In a full 8 days, not counting the first day lost to [..]
What makes Augustana different? People ask me this all the time. We aren’t just another college, teaching stuff. Our location in the Quad Cities – a smaller liberal [..]
Republican, Democrat, Tea party, independent, anarchist? No matter how much someone professes to care nothing about politics or celebrity, there’s nothing quite like meeting the President of the [..]
Dean of Admissions, Dane Rowley, travels to Myanmar to recruit students from Asia. He’s launching Augustana’s focused effort to welcome more international students to campus. Yangon, Myanmar Few countries [..]
Dean of Admissions, Dane Rowley, travels 5 cities in 5 days to recruit students from Asia He’s launching Augustana’s focused effort to welcome more international students to campus. [..]
During my group strength training workout this morning, I was talking to a work colleague who happens to be in the same class about Augustana’s financial assistance brochure. [..]
Preschool started for our 3 1/2 year old, Charles, last Monday, August 13th. Today, August 20th, is the first day of classes at Augustana. It does not escape [..]
Augustana has a recommended list of courses students should take in high school to prepare for college. With the possible exception of our foreign language recommendation, most of [..]
http://blogs.wsj.com/juggle/2012/07/26/college-orientation-comes-with-a-hefty-pricetag/ College Orientation Comes With a Hefty Price Tag In response to this article/blog in the Wall Street Journal about colleges fees, I offer the following advice: Get a [..]