Who Gets In and Why. A Year Inside College Admissions
Jeffrey Selingo (Scribner)
A great resource from one of America’s sharpest commentators on college admissions. Everyone-parent and student-should read the chapter on “Paying for College.”
THE TRUTH ABOUT COLLEGE ADMISSION: A family guide to getting in and staying together
Barnard & Clark (Johns Hopkins Press)
Excellent suggestions on dealing with the inevitable family stress during the college selection process.
YOU MAJORED IN WHAT? Mapping your path from chaos to career
K. Brooks (Viking)
Perhaps what you get out of your college education is more important than where you go to college or what major you select.
WHERE YOU GO IS NOT WHO YOU’LL BE
Frank Bruni ( Grand Central Publishing)
Bring sensibility to the college search process.
THE TRUTH ABOUT GETTING IN
K. Cohen (Hyperion)
Hard to argue with this clear-minded results-oriented approach.
THE PRICE OF ADMISSION
D. Golden (Crown)
Admissions decisions at elite colleges de-mystified.
INTERNET GUIDE FOR COLLEGE BOUND STUDENTS
K. Hartman (College Board)
Lots of helpful resources.
PLAYING THE GAME; Inside athletic recruiting in the Ivy league
C. Lincoln (Nomad)
Outstanding athletic programs + demanding academics; what’s not to like?
COLLEGES THAT CHANGE LIVES
L. Pope (Penguin)
The college that is the best match for you may be one of which you’ve never heard.
Jeffrey Selingo (2013,New Harvest)
Higher education is an investment in your son/daughter’s future.
"These books have long been favorite resources for me and I have a hard copy of each. You may borrow any one for as long as you wish." David Clark