Admissions is an ever changing environment–colleges add new majors or programs, change admissions requirements or expand services. Janet stays up to date by touring about 25 campuses a year and has seen over 300 colleges and universities in the US. She regularly participates in continuing educational opportunities and national conferences.
Janet is a prolific writer and a published author. She has written a book about the transition from high school to college student, May 2: Practical Advice For College Freshmen and Their Parents. Since 2010, her blog “Next Stop: College” has been published online in the Hearst newspapers in Connecticut. She has also had articles published by Unigo, Blueprint Summer Programs, IECA’s “Insights” and the IECA blog as well as opinion pieces written for the Connecticut Post, News Times, Greenwich Time, Advocate and The Hour.
Janet Rosier believes in and adheres to the IECA Principles of Good Practice and the NACAC Statement of Principles of Good Practice.
*Certified educational planners are endorsed by the American Institute of Certified Educational Planners (AICEP). CEP is the highest certification an educational consultant can achieve. To earn this designation the consultant is vetted for knowledge, experience and ethics and must pass a comprehensive examination. We are recertified every five years to ensure ongoing education and professional development. Fewer than two percent of educational consultants in the US have earned this distinction.