Dr. Paul Lowe @ Columbia

Dr. Paul Lowe @ Columbia

Dr. Lowe on one of his many visits to the campus of Columbia University in September.
Dr. Lowe and his team of admissions advisors visit Ivy League, prestigious and elite colleges several times annually where they have the unique opportunity of interacting one-on-one with deans of admissions and senior admissions personnel. “I ensure that my clients have a competitive advantage.” 

While at Columbia, Dr. Lowe talked with admissions personnel and professors. “At Columbia, students develop skills that encourage them to explore,” said Dr. Lowe. “It’s a very vibrant and intellectually collaborative learning community.”

Columbia facts: (1) At Columbia, the emphasis is on the Columbia culture, therefore that students learn from each other. (2) 95% of students live on campus. (3) Columbia is not for everybody; it has a unique, learning environment. (4) 16% of students are Pell Grant recipients. (5) Barnard College graduates receive Columbia diplomas signed by both the Barnard and Columbia presidents. (6) Columbia has a school of general studies for non-traditional students. (7) Columbia College and Columbia Engineering are the undergraduate divisions of Columbia University. 

(8) In 2015, Total Applicants: 36,250   Acceptance rate: 6.14     Number Accepted: 2,228

Dr. Paul Reginald Lowe is the managing director and lead admissions expert at Greenwich Admissions Advisors. Tel. (203) 542-7288, and founder of Ivy League Admissions Advisors.

Dr. Lowe is an active member of several professional organizations including: the Higher Education Consultants Association (HECA), the National Association for College Admissions Counseling (NACAC), the New York Association for College Admission Counseling (NYACAC), the New Jersey Association for College Admission Counseling (NJACAC), the Overseas Association for College Admission Counseling (OACAC), and NAFSA: Association of International Educators, American Foreign Service Association (AFSA), and the Admissions Leadership Consortium (ALC).