College Counseling Office. Located in Southeast Corner of Main Building Dr. John Berna, Sr. Counselor / Director, College Counseling (267) 515-5994 email@example.com Ms. Amy Romm, College Admission Counselor (215) 978-1982 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Located in Southeast Corner of Main Building
Dr. John Berna, Sr. Counselor / Director, College Counseling
(267) 515-5994 email@example.com
Ms. Amy Romm, College Admission Counselor
(215) 978-1982 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Courtney Pinto, College Admission Counselor
(215) 978-1953 email@example.com
Mark Halligan, College Admission Counselor
(215) 978-1965 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Alice Welsh, Administrative Assistant
(215) 978-1966 email@example.com
SJP students matriculated at 94 different schools:
8. Drexel University (55 / 7)
9. University of Pittsburgh (54 / 6)
10. Villanova University (23 / 6)
11. St. John's University (28 / 6)
12. Catholic University (47 / 5)
13. University of Pennsylvania (5 / 5)
14. University of Delaware (23 / 5)
1. Saint Joseph's University (105)
2. Pennsylvania State University (85)
3. Fordham University (79)
4. University of Pittsburgh (62)
5. Drexel University (56)
6. University of Pennsylvania (54)
7. Loyola University Maryland (51)
8. Temple University (50)
9. Villanova University (45)
10. The University of Scranton (39)
11. University of Delaware (39)
12. Boston College (37)
13. The Catholic University of America (31)
14. Georgetown University (25)
15. Johns Hopkins University (24)
16. La Salle University (24)
17. University of Notre Dame (23)
18. Lehigh University (21)
19. Princeton University (21)
20. College of the Holy Cross (21)
Guidance Classes (Junior Year)
Meeting with your son
Meeting with Parents
Guidance Classes (Senior Year)
(Essay, recommendations, etc.)
Accept/Defer vs. Accept/Deny
Restrictions (Boston College & Georgetown – no ED applications to other colleges permitted)
No other EA applications (Yale)
Over 815 four-year colleges and universities across the U.S., acting on the belief that "test scores do not equal merit," do not use the SAT or ACT to make admissions decisions about a substantial number of their incoming freshmen classes.
These institutions range widely in size and mission.
About 52,000 students
30% live on-campus, all freshmen are guaranteed on-campus housing
SAT average varies by program, but most fall above 1800.
7% come from outside Canada
Average cost of attendance is $34,000 CANADIAN dollars
Colorado Springs, CO
Roughly 2,000 students
79% live on-campus
Average class size 16, all classes capped at 25
81% come from outside Colorado
SAT range for the middle 50% is 1280-1430
47% receive need-based financial aid
Just over 2,000 students
94% live in campus housing
Average class size 21
64% come from outside of Massachusetts
SAT average 1170
90% receive financial aid
88% return after freshman year
Roughly 1,500 students
82% live on-campus
Average class size 14
32% come from outside Pennsylvania
SAT range for the middle 50% is 1100-1310
94% graduate in 4 years
Roughly 7,000 undergrads
94% are residents of PA
31% of all students live on campus, all first year students are guaranteed housing
Middle 50% SAT range is 970-1160
In-State tuition and housing is about $15,000
About 5,700 undergrads
85 % of first years live on-campus, 53% of all grades
97% are NJ residents
Middle 50% SATs is 1070-1230
Average class size of 23
In-state tuition and room and board is about $23,000
Just under 5,000 undergrads
78% come from outside PA
Average class size is 27
Strong focus on diversity
99% of first year students live on-campus
Middle 50% SAT range is 1220-1340
97% of financial need met
Roughly 1,700 students
94% live on-campus
Average class size 16
87% come from outside Maine
SAT range for the mid 50% 1320-1500
SAT optional for students with a strong academic record
100% of financial aid met
An Overview for Junior Parents
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