Posts Tagged ‘admissions’

5 Myths about College

Monday, June 5th, 2017

You hear a lot about college. These things influence how you think about college. Regardless if you decide to attend a private or public, big or small, near or far college these five myths are sure to come up.


Accepted Student Day

Thursday, February 25th, 2016

Today was accepted student day here at CSS! I’m currently sitting in the Mitchell waiting to give tours to parents and accepted students. We host days like this for accepted students and parents, where they can tour, meet professors, see student panels, etc. There was a big group there and students could go to different sessions and visit counselors if need by. Spring is in the air with students here!


Wednesday, October 8th, 2014

Management Communications is proving to be one of my most important classes this semester. I am about to begin applying to graduate schools. In the class, we are working to improve our resumes, enhance cover letters and ready our applications for submissions. Considering the busy lives of college students and the competitive nature of graduate schools this is an amazing opportunity.


Tuesday night at work.

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014


Today I am working with my fellow classmates in Admissions. Our shared position is known on campus as Telecounseling. We call perspective students and inquire about their college search and offer information if need be. Some of you may have even heard from us already! Anyway, here is a photo of my coworkers laboring on a this fine Tuesday evening.


Open House Time!

Thursday, October 17th, 2013
Megan Perry-Spears, our Dean of Students, is giving her presentation

Megan Perry-Spears, our Dean of Students, is giving her presentation