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holly.romano

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    College Student Development

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  1. HI Iphi, Thanks for responding. I've applied to the MA in Higher Education and Student Affairs program. I've also applied to roughly all of the assistantships/internships they have posted on their website to assist in funding my education. any insight would be very helpful. thanks!
  2. yes - I currently live in Raleigh - so i'm quite familiar with NC State ! when I applied for the FA2011 semester in FA2010, I didn't realize I was applying to the most popular / top tier / in-demand programs ( Penn State, UCONN, MSU, UVM ) either! Hopefully you don't have to venture down the path I had to take and you'll actaully get accepted to a school with an assistantship! good luck!!
  3. Lulubelle, good luck with MSU, UVM and VA Tech - when I applied 2 years ago they got around 200 applications for roughly 18 spots !! So this time around I applied to schools that hopefully I have a better chance of getting into. UConn was my (first choice ) reach school because I know it's up there with Penn State and MSU in popularity. I also applied to NC State, U of Seattle, U of San Fransisco and University of Miami. Originally I had considered UT-Knoxville and University of the Pacific and from where Im standing I regret not applying there - but can't do much about it now. Hopefully s
  4. I didn't get an email - so I'm guess thats a done deal.
  5. thanks Lulubelle, hopefully this is good news for both of us (...I should also look into giving in and getting a facebook, if only for college admission updates)
  6. has anyone who applied for UConn HESA FA13 cohort gotten any sort of update?
  7. Hello All. I've applied to University of San Francisco's Student Affairs program, which is taught in a ‘teaching weekends’ format. I’ve done all the research and spoken with the school, so I have a good grasp on what to expect. Is anyone here enrolled in a similar program, as far as the teaching format goes. I’m interested in hearing what the teaching weekends are like from an actual student… Any insight would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
  8. I greatly appreciate the time that you took to respond to my posting. Honesty is never considered bad-tidings in my book – if I was applying to Law School I would have a plethora of people to help and get advice from, but when it comes to getting a Masters in Student Affairs I have very limited resources – so I appreciate anything, good or bad. I definitely want to focus more on the College Student Development / Student Affairs side and less on Education Policy & Research (not that it isn’t interesting – it’s just not something I would like to focus on…) Previously, I had chosen schoo
  9. I was wondering if anyone might have some insight... Last December I applied to a multitude of Student Affairs / HESA / College Student Development Masters Programs (Penn State, Michigan State, VATech, Syracuse, UConn) and was only accepted at three - and I was only accepted to those off the wait-list once they had given all the assistantships away so I was unable to accept their offers (Northeastern, FIU, UMiami). Come to find out - I thought I had done my research, but guess not - that I applied to top tier programs that get about 300 applications for 10 spots - and I'm honest enough
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