TTYL: Why not use Short Cuts in College Admissions Communication?
Written by Deb Zatkowski
We live in a world of quick communications, text messaging, acronyms and short-handed ways to express ourselves because everyone is so busy! This usually works, and especially so when people can receive emails on their fitness devices and stay glued to their phones. Some of this quick communication is also part of the admission process as more colleges contact students via cell phone to send their own text messages and stay in touch in ways that reach students. Most of the time it is good.
Sound confusing? But sound familiar? If so, then chances are your child is readying for college and you’ve come across this “lingo” along the way. Let us explain what each of these means.
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