Nancy G. McDuff

Nancy G. McDuff is the Associate Vice President for Admissions and Enrollment Management at The University of Georgia

Articles

Do admission counselors consider summer activities?

Admission counselors love to hear about the activities you've found engaging over the summer, but there aren't any particular activities we look for on applications. read more

How do admission counselors rank the different application elements, like GPA, test scores, essay, and recommendations?

This may vary by school, but in many cases the work that you have done over three to four years of high school is the most important indicator of your ability to do college level work. It is not just the grades, but the rigor of the classes that you take that will show your abilities.read more

Who should I ask to write my college recommendation letters?

You should have people who know you really well write your letters of recommendation. Use the following rules of thumb as a guide to asking for letters of recommendations...read more