Wednesday, August 2, 2017
7:00 p.m.


AUPAC Concert Hall

Best Fit Colleges Presentation

Note: This event is free, but requires reservations.

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Rob Franek’s presentations are contagious with energy and are laser focused on helping students (and their parents) thinking broadly and critically about the college process so that they may find one thing—best fit schools. 

As part of this discussion Franek will discuss the importance of choosing that right school, the top factors admission counselors review when considering applications and how students can position themselves as the best fit for their top-choice schools.

About the Presenter

Rob Franek, Editor-in-Chief at The Princeton Review, is the company’s chief expert on education and college issues. Over his 23-year career, he has served as a college admissions administrator, test prep teacher, author, and lecturer.

He is lead author of The Princeton Review’s annual books, The Best 381 Colleges (August 2016) and Colleges That Pay You Back: The 200 Schools That Give You the Best Bang for Your Tuition Buck (February 2016). He is also author of Colleges That Create Futures: 50 Schools That Launch Careers by Going Beyond the Classroom (September 2015) and co-author of If the U Fits: Expert Advice on Finding the Right College and Getting Accepted (March 2014).

As college expert at The Princeton Review, Robert visits more than 50 colleges a year and as publisher he oversees the company’s line of 150 titles from best-selling test-prep guides to college- and graduate school-related books. He directs the annual surveys of college administrators and of college, business school, and law school students upon which the well-known Princeton Review rankings and rating scores are based. Franek also gives dozens of presentations a year on education and college issues to audiences of teachers, parents, and students. At the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC)’s conferences, he has been on panels that have drawn “standing room only” audiences. He has also delivered keynote addresses at regional and state conferences.


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