Admissions expert Mark Montgomery goes in-depth on the reductionism of touting faculty-to-student ratios.
College expert Mark Montgomery advises students to think about the strictness of a campus’s security when deciding whether to attend.
A recent NY Times article mentions that according to a 2012 end of year survey by the Higher Education Research Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles 39% of first year students at less selective campuses said they had gone home frequently. As the article indicates, this is a concern at regional campuses and is a […]
The prospect of college is exciting and overwhelming at the same time. This is the first in a series of posts that will help you avoid some basic mistakes when choosing where to apply and attend. Read on to find out how the cost of college should be on your radar right from the beginning.
Lafayette College provides a perfect partnership of engineering and liberal arts
The New York Times published an article today that provides a comprehensive look at the colleges that have been moving swiftly to lower their tuition rates for lower income and middle class families. Primarily, the colleges that are making these price reductions are the more wealthy, upper-tier institutions. But the article points out, as I […]