Colleges advise students to show depth, not breadth of volunteerism

11/15/2004 | NYTimes.com

Now that more high schools are requiring community service hours for graduation, college admissions officials are taking a more critical approach to assessing applicants' volunteer work. Admission counselors prefer that a student's application show deep commitment and personal growth through involvement in meaningful, carefully chosen activities.

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