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Let's Try This Again: Tips for Transfer Students

Completing the college admissions process is a milestone that many students are happy to put behind them. However, an astounding one-third of college students find themselves completing the process a second time as a transfer applicant. There are a variety of valid reasons to transfer universities. You may have had a change of heart about majoring in business and need to switch schools to pursue ...
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Estrela's Rice Named President of Emerging Leaders Association

Estrela Consulting College Planning Team member, Amy Rice, has recently been named President of the College Now Greater Cleveland Emerging Leaders Association (ELA). Amy succeeds Estrela Founder, Kristina Dooley, who served as the inaugural President of the ELA. According to College Now, the ELA is "a group of young professionals who are passionate about College Now’s work and are looking to ...
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3 Simple Tips for Completing Your FAFSA

What were you doing on October 1, 2018? Were you eating a yummy cookie in celebration of National Homemade Cookies Day like I was? If not, it isn’t too late to grab your favorite kind (mine is Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip) and enjoy!
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Estrela's Tremblay Recognized as an "Alumni Difference Maker"

Estrela college planning team member, Dr. Christopher Tremblay, was recently recognized as an "Alumni Difference Maker" by the University of Michigan-Dearborn, the institution where he earned his doctor of education degree in educational leadership. Christopher, along with 6 other UM-Dearborn alumni, was recognized for his contributions to his professional fields, communities and the university ...
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Navigating the Ups and Downs: Mental Health Support on Campus

October 10th is World Mental Health Day  - a day to recognize mental health advocacy and awareness. Within the world of higher education, mental health awareness has become of increasing importance. While the high school years can certainly be stressful, the college experience brings with it a whole new array of potential stressors. Living away from home, relationship struggles, increased ...
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