Collegiate Gateway In The Press
Collegiate Gateway is committed to sharing our knowledge of admissions and the latest trends in higher education. To contact Julie Raynor Gross regarding speaking opportunities, press engagement, or other forms of collaboration, please reach out directly at 646.692.9123 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
College Decision Deadlines Approach With Prospective Students Unable To Visit Campuses
Julie appeared on CBS New York to share advice on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the college admissions process.
Who is Stephen Colbert?
Julie was featured in a segment on Colbert’s Late Show to analyze his personality and help him use the MBTI® assessment tool to answer an important question: Who is Stephen Colbert?
Survive College-Application Season with the Family in One Piece
By Sue Shellenbarger
“The shift in responsibility from parent to child during college applications is almost a microcosm of the transition that takes place when the teenager leaves home,” says Julie Raynor Gross, president of Collegiate Gateway. Read Full Article
Personality tests are exploding. Just don’t use them to hire someone.
Julie appeared in a segment on Dow Jones’ MarketWatch to discuss how personality assessments like the MBTI® should—and shouldn’t—be used in business.
5 Ways to Fix College Admissions
By Eliana Dockterman
“Many families place too much reliance on the U.S. News rankings to make decisions about which colleges their students should apply to,” says Julie Raynor Gross, president and founder of Collegiate Gateway. “Instead, students should do their research about the unique qualities of each college they are considering, and identify the colleges that are the best fit for their talents, interests and preferences.” Read Full Article
On the Clock: A personality test expert assesses Hillary Clinton and Warren Buffett
Julie appeared on MarketWatch to analyze the personalities of celebrities like Hillary Clinton and Oprah Winfrey using her expertise in the MBTI® assessment.