YCBK 144: American College Students Look North to Canada – and Savings

In this week's episode you will hear

In the News (3:39) : In this week’s news segment, an article from The Schools “American College Students Look North to Canada – and Savings”. American students shopping for colleges look to Canada for relief from heavy tuition costs along with the relief from ugly American politics. (Length 19 minutes)

https://thebestschools.org/magazine/american-students-canadian-college/

Chapter 144 of 171 Answers (22:38): we’re explaining what it means when a college says that they meet full demonstrated need.

171 Answers to the Most-Asked College Admission Questions
(Length 20 minutes)

Bonus Content This week’s bonus content is on why colleges use demonstrated interest to help in their planning – especially now in this pandemic era. (Length 19 minutes)

This week’s interview (1:01:02) Mark concludes his interview with William Segura, Associate Dean at Emory in “Understanding 3 models of decision making for admission committees”.

William Segura
(Length 15 minutes)

Mark’s recommended resource of the week (1:09:25) College Beyond the States: European Schools That Will Change Your Life Without Breaking the Bank

College Spotlight (1:16:46): University of Delaware (UDel.edu) (Length 21 minutes)

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