Last Saturday, on our news broadcast, my co-host Justin Hart asked me,
"So, do you think we'll start to get some clarity from colleges soon?" I paused, and just said, "No."
As a student pilot, I think about "redundancy" and "contingency plans" more often than I feel is normal. And that mindset has always helped me to guide my students to prepare for obstacles by having multiple plans to reach their goals.
But this is different.
With Boston College, Harvard, and other schools releasing detailed plan A/B/Z statements about when they will be able to open their campuses, all that's really clear is that we all need to build flexibility into our decisions about the rest of this year and beyond.
This week we're covering the topic of how to make a back-up plan for going to college this fall.
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Many students end up on a local campus (or one very far away!) by default, because they didn't have the guidance to find a great college match.
We won't let that happen.