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.
Mark goes to Hamilton College in Upstate New York to talk about the value of a first-hand impression of a college.
Mark talks about the shift in the function of university libraries as less students use books for their research.
Mark reviews Fordham University in the Bronx, New York City, New York.
Mark goes to Manhattan College in New York City to talk about its emphasis on career preparation.
Mark talks about the importance of considering a school’s social scene when applying.