WHERE TO WATCH
College Guidance Network Launches Program Addressing Inequity In College Admissions
September 14, 2020
Jon Carson, CEO and founder of College Guidance Network joins Cheddar to discuss the college application and admissions process in the pandemic.
Haunted Houses Keep The Scares Going Despite Social Distancing
Jan 28, 2019
Colleges Reportedly Track Applicants' Data to Determine 'Demonstrated Interest'
The Wall Street Journal reported some colleges use technology to monitor potential students' activity, such as how long it takes them to open an official email and whether they click the links inside. Tommy Stadlen, tech entrepreneur and author of "Connect: How Companies Succeed by Engaging Radically with Society," weighs in on whether this constitutes an invasion of privacy.
Jan 23, 2020
Lights, Camera, Campus: CampusReel Offers Real Videos, Tours, & Experiences from 300+ College Campuses
Attention high school seniors! Wondering what the campus experience at your dream school really looks like? You're in luck. CampusReel works with cpllege students to create video content that offers college applicants an honest look at the student experience on campus. Nick Freud and Rob Carroll, the Co-Founders of CampusReel, joined Cheddar to discuss.
Oct 16, 2020
Common App Removing Disciplinary Violation Question to Address Racial Inequity
The Common Application is removing questioning about disciplinary violations in an effort to boost representation of Black college applicants. Jenny Rickard, president and CEO of The Common Application, and John King, former secretary of education under President Obama, discuss the change.