Many students can strengthen their college applications with quality letters of recommendation. Unfortunately, too many students miss out of this opportunity because they didn’t think to send recommendations that were not required.
Unless your student is assured of admission at the universities on their list, they should send letters of recommendation.
In this short video, I will cover:
- Who can benefit from letters of
- Who you should ask for recommendation letters.
- What the letters should say.
- Do’s and Don’ts
If you are looking to send recommendations to colleges that do not require them, check the admissions website for each school to find out how and where to submit your letters. A few schools still ask for letters via snail mail (physical letters mailed to campus), but most will have an email address you can give to your recommenders.