Easy read and down to earth!

I recommend this book. I previewed it and we offered a webinar on it at Hobsons.  Marguerite had many attendees and she knows what she is talking about given her long standing experience at US universities. Easy read and down to earth! As a parent of an incoming freshman thank you! — Daniela Locreille, Director of Marketing; Higher Education, Hobsons

Book addresses questions on the minds of millions of anxious students…

The New College Guide is a practical and readable book that addresses questions on the minds of millions of anxious students and parents not only in the United States but overseas. It gives readers a golden opportunity to benefit from Marguerite Dennis’ insights and wisdom about U.S. higher education gained from decades of professional experience.”  –– Mark A. Ashwill, Managing Director, Capstone Vietnam

It’s the smartest investment you can make

“What happens when you can’t afford a private college tutor, or you don’t have the best guidance counselor? The parents‘ role in preparing their children for college has never been more important. The message in this book is clear: the right school is out there, you can get accepted, the cost will be manageable, and it’s the smartest investment you can make.”Paul Burani, sales executive at Google, Inc. and new father

 

Providing a Practical Perspective

“This book provides excellent insight into the college enrollment process from the perspective of an enrollment professional with over 40 years of successful enrollment experience in higher education. It helps parents, students, guidance counselors and international agents by providing a practical perspective to important enrollment issues that are critical in this life-changing event.” — John W. Hamel, Assistant Vice President of Enrollment & Director of Undergraduate Admission,
Suffolk University

An insider’s guide to the important 100 questions to ask and consider

“Knowing the right questions to ask during the college admissions process is a big challenge for prospective students and their parents. But no longer.  They now have an insider’s guide to the important 100 questions to ask and consider. Marguerite Dennis, a highly experienced admissions executive, has given you a guide to lead your search process. The questions cover all of the obvious and not so obvious aspects of getting admitted to the right college for student and family. The questions are relevant for both a U.S. and international audience.” — Michael Waxman-Lenz, CEO, International Educational Advantage, LLC