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Get College Information Direct from the Source

By Kim Lifton
Wow Writing Workshop

National college fairsHigh school juniors, it’s important to get information direct from the source, especially when you are applying to college.

The National College Fairs, which take place throughout the U.S. in the spring and fall, are great venues to start your college research and find out exactly what you need to know to find the right college for you!

Check the schedule to find a fair closest to you. If you live in Michigan, come hear Wow speak, and find out how to sign up for free information to help you write your way into college.

As one of the leading national experts on the college application essay, we speak throughout the U.S. at schools and conferences, and we also train professionals who work with students on their college essays.

We are pleased to be returning to the Metro Detroit (March 30 and 31) and West Michigan (April 1) National College Fairs to talk about why you need to write an essay, what admissions officers want to know about you, and to how you can best reflect on life experiences that matter so you can stand out in the crowded field of applicants!

Will the college essay help you? Can it hurt you?

Come to a session to find out. If you live outside of Michigan, or cannot make it to one of our presentations, you can find everything you need to know about writing a college essay that stands out by signing up for Wow’s FREE tips, webinars and video interviews.

Here are the dates and times Wow will be speaking:

Metro Detroit:

  • Monday, March 30, 7:30 p.m., Suburban Collection Showplace, Novi
  • Tuesday, March 31, 11 a.m., Suburban Collection Showplace, Novi

West Michigan:

  • Wednesday, April 1, 8:45 a.m., DeVos Place, Grand Rapids
  • Wednesday, April 1, 5:45 p.m., DeVos Place, Grand Rapids

Kim Bryant, College Admissions OfficerFREE Writing Resources: What Does U-M Want to Read in College Essay?

Sign up for Wow FREE, and stay in the loop! You’ll find out what University of Michigan Assistant Director of Admissions Kim Bryant wants to read in a college essay, plus get video tips from many other top admissions experts.