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CollegeWeekLive Connects Students and Colleges Live Online

Posted Feb 2, 2012
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CollegeWeekLive has announced it has created AlwaysON, a live channel where students and colleges meet online. CollegeWeekLive AlwaysON features weekly expert presentations, unlimited access to colleges, unlimited chat sessions, and online visits organized by both colleges and high school counselors. Speakers such as Dr. Gary Gruber, Harlan Cohen, and Ted Fiske will host monthly webcasts.

CollegeWeekLive offers instant gratification in an AlwaysON world. Colleges can now engage with students actively researching their school and answer admissions questions easily and personally online. Colleges can now build a connection with prospective students at every step of the admissions process via CollegeWeekLive, from initial awareness to evaluation, to application and final enrollment.

With CollegeWeekLive AlwaysON, any of the 20,000 high schools in the CollegeWeekLive Counselor Network may request online visits with colleges that their students have expressed interest in, eliminating the need for onsite visits. Counselors will now be notified of which colleges are available at CollegeWeekLive each week, and if a member college isn't available, counselors can request an online visit.

Likewise, CollegeWeekLive participating colleges can schedule their own online visits with high schools anywhere worldwide, and reach CollegeWeekLive's current audience of 450,000 students in 191 countries while also taking advantage of CollegeWeekLive's established calendar of online admissions events.

Colleges have been quick to take advantage of CollegeWeekLive AlwaysON. The following universities are among the initial members of the beta launch.

Bowling Green State University

Colorado Mesa University

CUNY, Hunter College

Dallas Baptist University


Florida Atlantic University

Holy Names University

Kent State

Kettering University

Knox College

Lawrence Technological University

LIU Brooklyn

Michigan Technological University

Mississippi State University

Mount St. Mary's University

Oregon Institute of Technology

Illinois Institute of Technology

Pepperdine University

Stony Brook University

Syracuse University

University of California, Davis

University of California, Santa Barbara

University of Chicago

University of Houston

University of Idaho

University of Louisville

University of Melbourne

University of North Florida

University of North Texas

University of Oklahoma

University of Oregon

University of Tampa

University of Tennessee, Knoxville

University of Vermont

Western Michigan University

William Patterson University

Colleges need to be available when and where students search, and for many students that is from their smart phone. The release of CollegeWeekLive's mobile chat application for iPhone, iPad, and Android is central to CollegeWeekLive AlwaysON.

For more information on CollegeWeekLive and AlwaysON, contact

Source: CollegeWeekLive,

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