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Texas Adviser Receives Top Award

Texas Adviser Receives Top Award

Alexis Maxie, an honor student in high school whose parents supported her plans for higher education, says that some students need more support than others. The past year has been…

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New York City Student Awarded Four-Year Scholarship

New York City Student Awarded Four-Year Scholarship

Arriving at his freshman English class, Joseph Baah diverted his attention from idle chitter-chatter with his friends as his teacher began to introduce Claudia Buccino, a young woman, not so…

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Near-Peer Adviser Says, “I’m With You. I Am You.”

Near-Peer Adviser Says, “I’m With You. I Am You.”

Carmishia Primus is a second-year College Advising Corps adviser at Georgia State University. After receiving her master’s degree in public administration from Georgia Southern University in May, Carmishia Shantanique Marl…

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NYU College Adviser Reaches Students By Just Showing Up—Every Time, All The Time

NYU College Adviser Reaches Students By Just Showing Up—Every Time, All The Time

From since I can remember I’ve had the itch to learn and teach—I guess that plays well into what I’m doing now as a college adviser. — Andrew Nicolas An…

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