College Counselor Pens N.Y. Times Column

Posted: February 7, 2013

Lawrentians have had the long enjoyed the benefits of their School's stellar College Counseling department. This week, readers of the New York Times were able to share in that expertise through a column authored by Associate Director of College Counseling Mindy Rose, "February College Checklist for Juniors."

Rose came to Lawrenceville in 2005 from the University of Richmond where she was the Assistant Director of Admissions and the principal reader for Lawrenceville for five years. She is a graduate of Skidmore College, with an M.A. in American Studies from William and Mary. She is an associate duty master and academic advisor in the Stanley House.

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Posted: February 7, 2013

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