For the Students: Life as a Saint

Today’s post is written by Emilie E. Schnabel, Admission Counselor at Saint Martin’s University. With all of the time spent preparing for college applications, it is remarkable how quickly the months can pass by without actually preparing for the daily college experience. Each campus is unique, with their own layout, shorthand, and culture. New Student…

For the Parents: Deciphering the Financial Aid Package–you can do it and we’re here to help!

Today’s post is written by Sarah Weiss, Director of Admissions at Saint Martin’s University. You and your student completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), your student has acceptance letters in hand…now you’re both waiting for the financial aid packages to arrive! College financial aid offices are busy testing their systems, downloading information…

For the Students: Funding Your Education

This week’s author is Emilie Schnabel, Admission Counselor at Saint Martin’s University.   Now is the time of year where money is on the mind. Just as January kicks off tax-season, for students and their families these months could also be called “financial aid season”. While I do spend a lot of time on the…

Higher Ed: What is an Enrollment Professional?

This week’s post is written by Scott Andrew Schulz, Ph.D., Dean of Enrollment at Saint Martin’s University. Last year, a Gallup poll asked which jobs people consider trustworthy. Some of the most questionable professions are reportedly those in which people serve as lawyers, Congressional representatives and, you probably guessed it, car salespeople. Conversely, respondents identified…