The Case for Women’s Colleges

By |2020-11-15T17:14:38+00:00November, 5, 2020|College Fit, College Life, College Research|

Guest blog post by Charlotte Hamilton “Have you ever thought about applying to a women’s college?” My high school counselor asked me this during a meeting about my college search, over twenty years ago. In fact, I had never once thought of applying to a women’s college. Going as far [...]

Understanding Highly Selective College Admissions

By |2020-08-24T15:52:24+00:00November, 7, 2019|College Admissions, College Applications, College Fit|

I recently had the privilege of hearing admissions counselors from three highly selective colleges discuss their schools' approaches to admissions.  They provided information about and insight into what might appear to be a murky and mysterious process.  By sharing what I learned from these admissions officers, I hope to help [...]

Is the “Block Plan” Right for You?

By |2020-08-24T15:52:24+00:00July, 16, 2019|College Fit, College Research|

At most high schools in the U.S., students take anywhere from four to eight courses at a time.  Some students enjoy the variety, but for others, managing that many classes and subjects is difficult.  What if, in college, you could take just one class at a time, diving deeply into [...]

Should You Rule Out a College Because of Its Political Climate?

By |2020-08-24T15:52:31+00:00July, 12, 2017|College Fit, College Research|

There have been many news reports recently about controversies on college campuses due to differences in political beliefs, race, and/or religion.  For example, former Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopolous was scheduled to speak at the University of California, Berkeley in February, but administrators cancelled his speech after demonstrations turned violent.  The [...]

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