Mark takes the mystique out of co-ed bathrooms, which are being adopted by many schools with no apparent ill effect.
Mark uses the University of California in Santa Barbara as an example of a school that gives students multiple avenues to getting a degree.
Mark speaks about the options for religious students searching for colleges to attend.
Mark advises students to consider the surroundings when picking a college.
Mark says the University of Southern California in Los Angeles has every reason to be popular… or does it?
Mark describes Union College’s policy of teaching students how to do research in libraries.
Mark confronts the widespread wariness of attending colleges in the American South with an essay by Jake Bonnell, admissions counselor at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi.
Marks visits some of Vassar College’s more slapdash housing developments to illustrate that not all of a given campus reflects its showcase buildings.
Mark visits Vassar College and talks about some of its more left-leaning tendencies.
Mark reminds students to take information sessions with a grain of salt and keep an eye out for the hard facts.