College Counseling

Colleges/Universities Attended by Graduates of the Classes of 2017 - 2020

Lisa Dubreuil
Director of College Counseling
Albright College
American University*
Amherst College*
Babson College
Bard College
Barnard College
Baylor University
Berklee College of Music
Binghamton University
Boston College*
Boston University*
Brown University
Bryn Mawr College
Bucknell University*
Carnegie Mellon University*
Case Western Reserve U.*
Champlain College*
Chatham University
Colby College
College of the Holy Cross
College of William and Mary*
Colorado College
Columbia College Chicago
Columbia University
Cornell University*
Dartmouth College
DeSales University
Dickinson College
Drew University
Drexel University*
Duke University
Duquesne University
Elizabethtown College*
Elon University*
Emerson College
Emory University*
Fordham University*
Franklin & Marshall College*
Furman University*
Georgetown University*
Grove City College
Hamilton College*
Harvard University*
Haverford College*
High Point University*
Indiana University at Bloomington
Ithaca College*
Jefferson University
Johns Hopkins University*
Juniata College
King's College
Kutztown University
La Salle University
Lafayette College*
Lehigh University*
Long Island University, BFA Mus. Th
Marlboro College
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Montclair State University
Moravian College*
Mount Holyoke College
Muhlenberg College*
New York University*
Northampton Community College
Northeastern University*
Oberlin College*
Pace University, New York City
Parsons School of Design and The New School
Pennsylvania State University*
Pomona College
Princeton University
Providence College
Purdue University
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Rhode Island School of Design
Rochester Institute of Technology*
Rutgers University
Saint Joseph's University
San Diego State University
Sewanee: University of the South*
Skidmore College
Smith College
St. John's University
St. Joseph's University
Stanford University
Stetson University
SUNY Fredonia
Swarthmore College
Syracuse University*
Temple University*
The George Washington University
The University of Alabama*
The University of Tampa
Trinity College
Tufts University*
United States Air Force Academy
United States Military Academy
United States Naval Academy
University of Chicago*
University of Colorado, Boulder
University of Delaware*
University of Maryland, College Park
University of Massachusetts at Amherst
University of Miami*
University of Michigan*
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
University of Notre Dame*
University of Pennsylvania*
University of Pittsburgh*
University of Richmond*
University of Rochester*
University of Scranton*
University of Southern California*
University of Tampa
University of Toronto
University of Virginia
Ursinus College
Vanderbilt University
Vassar College*
Villanova University*
Wake Forest University*
Washington and Lee University
West Virginia University*
Western Carolina University
Yale University

*=more than one student
matriculated
Kyle Shaughnessy
Associate Director of College Counseling
 

A Comprehensive Approach

The landscape of college admissions has changed significantly over the past 20 years. Many selective colleges have doubled or even tripled the number of applications they receive each year hence becoming ultra-competitive, and those that were seen as “safety schools” have now become increasingly selective as well. This can certainly cause a good deal of stress for families.

Through a series of developmentally appropriate seminars, parent information nights, guest speakers, panel discussions, individual student and family meetings, and other programming, the Moravian Academy College Counseling Office works to inform our community about the latest trends in college admissions and the nuts and bolts of the process in general. We see our role as educators who help to lessen the anxiety and demystify the process for parents and students.

The college counseling program provides comprehensive and informed assistance throughout the entire college search, selection, and application process. Students use the latest technology for their research and applications as they explore colleges and universities that will suit their talents, interests, and career plans. We see this process as one of growth and exploration that empowers students to take ownership of their search and eventually make informed decisions about a college or university that is the most appropriate fit for them. Once graduates arrive at the colleges of their choice, they are wholly prepared to take on new academic challenges.

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