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College admissions have never been more competitive or more complicated than today, due in large part to the growing population of college students; by 2012, the number of college-aged students will grow by $5 million. To combat increased competition, students and parents need to be fully engaged in the application process, as well as fully informed on the many intricacies of the admissions process. An experienced TCPN counselor can answer any college admissions questions you have
Whether you child is eyeing a full athletic scholarship or interested in a school with an intramural sports program, a TCPN college athletic expert can help you. Our athletic consultants are former athletic recruiters and coaches who know the ins and outs of planning for college level athletics and selecting the right schools - the ones that may be able to provide a student athlete with a financial package.
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Financial aid is overly complicated, with government lenders, private lenders, federal loans, and credit based loans, scholarships, grants, institution aid.the list goes on and on. If you are feeling overwhelmed with the complexities of today's financial aid industry, an expert can help you sort it out quickly and simply, providing you with the accurate and simplified information you need to make decisions that will work long-term for you and your family.
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Hope Murtaugh's Biography
Hope's passion is helping high school students and their families navigate the college search process in order to find and attend the school that best fits their needs and interests. Her experience includes work in all dimensions of the college admissions process. As an Assistant Director of Admission at Princeton University, she learned the university's view of the process from Fred Hargadon, one of the most respected deans in the world of college admissions. Responsible for recruiting in the Southeast, Hope learned what makes students stand out in the global applicant pool at highly selective universities. Hope's subsequent years in the college counseling office at Charlotte Country Day School gave her experience from the high school side of the college admission process, where she worked in particular with students on essay composition. As the mother of two current college students, she also knows personally the challenges that selecting and applying to college can pose to family dynamics, and the value of an objective third party at this time in a family's life. Hope graduated from Princeton University in 1986, with a degree in English.
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