Tag Archive: admissions

Apr 27

Is that your final answer?!

It was the second semester of my senior year at E.A. Laney High School in Wilmington, North Carolina when I decided that Barton College was the place for me. During my process of college hunting, everyone told me that I will know where I want to go to because it will “feel right.”  I was …

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Apr 20

Working Hard for the Money

With summer quickly approaching, the only stressful thing is the huge stack of job applications piled on my desk! Even though paperwork is no fun at all, the hardest part would be finding the perfect summer job. (Plus, it’d be nice if that job came with a big pay check!) Luckily, during the school year, …

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Mar 21

March Madness

Who is ready for March Madness? It’s a great time of year for all basketball-loving  fans that enjoy intense fun and exciting three pointers and dunks. March Madness brings the best out in teams. Sixty-four teams competing for one National Championship is exciting and thrilling; you never know who is going to win or go home. …

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Apr 11

You Think You Know…But You Have NO Idea!

So, you read the title of this blog and I’m sure you’re thinking “What does she mean ‘I have no idea’?” Well, I am here to tell you that you have no idea how much fun it is to work with admissions counselors! This past week I went to a reception in Raleigh with Kyle …

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Mar 04

Favorite Office on Campus

My topic for today is my favorite office on campus, and this is really hard for me because I like every building/office I have been in for different reasons. My top two favorite offices have to be Admissions and Dan Kennedy’s office. So, to start off, I’m going to tell you why one of my …

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Nov 17

A Name and a Face, Not Just a Number

When I was a junior in high school, I thought I knew exactly where I wanted to go to college – Western Carolina University.  Well, obviously I didn’t end up there, and here’s why. I found Barton College in a random way.  I was in Wilson at the Imagination Station for a speech competition for …

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