MIT Celebrates Pi Day by Sending Out Admissions Letters

You can’t say that MIT doesn’t have a sense of humor. As well as a pretty big film budget. Take a look at the video they released on Pi Day this year.  It features drones.  And admissions decisions. Mark Montgomery Educational Consultant

College Admissions Expert on the University of Southern California in Los Angeles

Mark says the University of Southern California in Los Angeles has every reason to be popular… or does it?

Expert Educational Consultant on the Liberal Arts Versus Professional Training

Mark goes to Ithaca College to talk about the difference between liberal arts colleges and more modern institutions, like Ithaca, that focus more on professional training.

College Admissions Expert Visits High Point University

Mark visits High Point University in High Point, North Carolina to illustrate that just because a college has a lot of bells and whistles, that doesn’t necessarily translate to academic excellence, but in High Point’s case it just might.

College Admissions Expert on Double Majors at Liberal Arts Schools

Mark lends his expertise to advice on taking double majors at liberal arts colleges: it’s best not to narrow your focus to the details of two separate majors, but to take one major and get the whole picture.

Educational Consultant on Bates 2 of 5: Its Role in Its Community

At Bates College, students have many opportunities to participate in the surrounding community.

International Student Immigration Issues #4: Maintaining the F-1 Visa While Studying In the United States

Now that you’ve received your F-1 Visa, what should you do to ensure that you keep it? Laurie Woog, an immigration attorney who understands potential issues with student F-1 Visas, explains what you need to look out for.

Looking Beyond the Campus Tour Guide

Don’t rely on the campus tour guide to be the only “voice” you listen to when you visit a college or university. There’s so much more to hear!

What Kind of Student is Right for Johnson and Wales University?

During a recent visit to Johnson and Wales University I asked a couple staff members about what kind of student is the right fit for your school?