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Tell us about the communications you're receiving from colleges. What do you like? What should they be doing more of? What should they stop doing? We'll randomly choose a member who replies to this post to win a $25 Amazon gift card.
"After applying to 10 universities, and being accepted by them all, Dante de Blasio, the 17-year-old son of New York’s mayor, has settled on Yale, ending speculation about where one of the country’s best-known political offspring would go to college."
... I’m not a big fan of applications that expect prospective students to disclose their college lists. But how do CC members feel? If you think this question is okay, why? And if you don't want to have to deal with it, why not?
Parents, how do we tell our kids that we cannot afford their dream universities? Will they hate us or get depressed? Please share with us your personal experiences.
"In the past two years, we haven't made an engineering hire that didn't have multiple other offers. Not one. The supply-and-demand equation is totally imbalanced." In this coming reality, is your kid a winner or a loser?