Early Action, Early Decision and Regular College Admissions Differ: CollegeWeekLive Can Help Crack the Code Thursday, May 22nd

Event at Offers Expert Advice for High School Juniors Just Beginning the College Search; 146 Colleges Available for Live Admissions Chat

Boston, MA (PRWEB) May 19, 2014 - Deciphering the difference between Early Action, Early Decision and Regular Decision college admissions can be overwhelming for students and parents just beginning the college search process. Fortunately, CollegeWeekLive, the leading website where students and colleges meet live online, can help you crack the code of college admissions lingo. At the Thursday, May 22nd, CollegeWeekLive virtual college fair, Allen Grove, college admissions expert for will discuss, "Types of Admissions: Early, Regular, Rolling & Open." Allen will also answer questions from those who log in during the presentation.

Additional presentations will offer a guide to student loans, advice for first generation college students and tips for reading in college.

Students who log in to the complimentary event will be able to chat live with admissions counselors at 146 participating universities and learn more about admissions requirements and campus life. Participating universities include:
Alderson Broaddus University
Alliant International University
American College of Greece
Armstrong Atlantic State University
Ave Maria University
Boston Architectural College
Bowling Green State University
Bucknell University
California State University, Channel Islands
Central State University
Champlain College
Clayton State University
CUNY, College of Staten Island
Dakota College at Bottineau
Dalhousie University
Domincan College
Drake University
East Tennessee State University
Edison State College
EDMC- The Art Institutes
Ferris State University
Fisher College
Florida Atlantic University
Florida Gulf Coast University
Florida International University
Georgia Southern University
Grand View University
Grove City College
Hamilton College
Heidelberg University
Hellenic American University
Holy Names University
Illinois Institute of Technology
Illinois Institute of Technology - Graduate Programs
Indiana Tech
John Cabot University
Johnson & Wales University
Johnson C. Smith University
Johnson State College
Keiser University
Kent State University
La Roche College
Lawrence Tech University
Lenoir-Rhyne University
LIM College
Manhattanville College
Marshall University
McGill University
Mercy College
Meredith College
Miami Dade College
Michigan Technological University
Middle Georgia State College
Middlesex University
Mills College
Mississippi State University
Moravian University
Mount Saint Mary College
Mount St. Mary's University
Niagara County Community College
North Carolina State University
Norwich University
Norwich University of the Arts
Nova Southeastern University
Oklahoma State University
Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology
Palmer College of Chiropractic
Park University
Penn State Greater Allegheny
Pepperdine University
Philadelphia University
Platt College San Diego Digital Media Design
Post University
Regis College
Roger Williams University
Rowan University
Rutgers Newark
Saint Joseph's College (Brooklyn)
Saint Joseph's College of Maine
Saint Louis University
Sam Houston State University
Santa Fe College
Simpson University
St. Cloud State University
St. Thomas University
Suffolk University Madrid
SUNY, Alfred State College
SUNY, College at Brockport
SUNY, College at Old Westbury
SUNY, Potsdam
SUNY, University at Albany
Syracuse University
Temple School of Pharmacy
Texas Tech University
The American University in Rome
The University of Texas of the Permian Basin
Union University
United States Air Force Academy
University of Advancing Technology
University of Akron
University of Arizona
University of Bridgeport
University of British Columbia
University of California, Berkeley
University of California, Davis
University of California, Irvine
University of California, Los Angeles
University of California, Merced
University of California, Riverside
University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Cruz
University of Florida
University of Idaho
University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign
University of Louisville
University of Memphis
University of New England
University of New Haven
University of North Carolina School of The Arts
University of North Texas
University of Notre Dame
University of Reading
University of Rochester
University of San Diego
University of Southampton
University of St. Thomas
University of Surrey
University of Tampa
University of Technology, Sydney
University of Tennessee-Knoxville
University of Texas, Arlington
University of Texas, Pan American
University of Texas,San Antonio
University of Texas, Tyler
University of Vermont
University of Washington, Seattle
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
University of Wisconsin-Stout
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
USMA West Point
Utah Valley University
Western Michigan University
William Peace University
Winthrop University
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Youngstown State University

Any student who logs in to the live event and visits the profile pages of three participating schools will automatically be entered into a drawing to win a $2,500 scholarship. The event, that runs from 10:00 a.m. to 10;00 p.m. eastern daylight time.

If you are a student, parent or counselor you can register for CollegeWeekLive at no cost. If you have questions, contact Support(at)CollegeWeekLive(dot)com. To learn how your college or university can start utilizing CollegeWeekLive, contact 800.828.8222 or colleges(at)collegeweeklive(dot)com. To learn how your high school can use CollegeWeekLive, contact 888.884.0257 or counselors(at)collegeweeklive(dot)com.

About Collegeweeklive
CollegeWeekLive is the leading channel where students and colleges meet online. More than 1,500,000 students from 192 countries rely on CollegeWeekLive to help navigate college admission. This live channel provides unprecedented access to expert presentations and enables students to have unscripted conversations with hundreds of colleges. Students turn to CollegeWeekLive to gain insights from current students, admission representatives, and leading experts, whether they are narrowing their choice of schools or making post admission decisions. Through live text and video chats, students, parents and counselors engage directly with colleges at every stage of the enrollment process with CollegeWeekLive.