Diane M. Warmsley, a former Director of Admissions within the City University of New York (CUNY), brings 35 years of experience to the discussion on college admissions. She began her career as a New York City public school teacher and transitioned to higher education, holding several administrative positions over the course of 25+ years. Ms. Warmsley holds an M.S. degree from Baruch College/CUNY. It is this wealth of experience that Ms. Warmsley has poured into her book, Cash Poor or College?
In Cash Poor or College?, Ms. Warmsley tackles the “why college matters” question head on for an audience in the 21st century. Having made a compelling argument for the merits of pursuing higher education, the publication goes on to offer a comprehensive, easy-to-read blueprint for teens and parents to master college admission planning. Through a host of strategies, resources and tools, teens are inspired to increase their information stores and strengthen their academic performance, one high school year at a time. And parents are invited to partner with their teen by consuming information in “The Parent’s Corner.”>/p>
Posts by Diane Warmsley:
Podcast: Planting College In Your Teen’s Future
July 28th, 2014
Listen Here: Diane M. Warmsley is a parent, grandparent and former Director of Admissions with the City University of New York. She brings 35 years of experience to the topic of college admission planning. She has poured [...]