Ivy League Early Admissions Statistics for Class of 2021

Check out the early decision acceptance rates of some of the United States’ top universities, including all eight Ivy Leagues.

Dartmouth College Releases Impressive Early Admissions Data

Ivy League gem Dartmouth College just released its early admissions data for the Class of 2021, revealing a large, diverse group of applicants.

Educational Consultant Keeps Student Organized on Journey to Dartmouth

Ali was a habitual procrastinator. With the help of college admissions expert Mark Montgomery, she got accepted into Dartmouth and couldn’t be happier.

Admissions Counselor on Visiting Colleges: Some Care, Some Don’t

Mark shows the personal touch of Lynn University to demonstrate that some colleges really care if you visit, and some really don’t.

Educational Consultant Visits Lynn University, a True International School

Mark visits Lynn University, a school in Florida with a very cosmopolitan student body.

College Expert on Saving Money Lynn University Style

Mark discusses Lynn University’s innovative approach to helping its students save money.

Educational Consultant Warns of College Spin

Mark goes to Dartmouth College to advise students looking for the perfect college that the admissions department is essentially a college’s sales and marketing division. Don’t take for granted what you hear on tours.

Educational Consultant on the Sense of Community on Small Campuses

Many students trying to find the right college view small campus size as a drawback. But when Mark visited Trinity University, he was struck by the sense of community and neighborliness he found at this small institution.

College Expert on Lewis & Clark College: An International Liberal Arts Curriculum

For those hoping to get accepted to a liberal arts college, Mark details the curriculum of Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon.

How Midwest Colleges Set Students Up for Success

A guest post by Amanda Greenhoe of Calvin College describes the myriad reasons students trying to find the right college should consider the Midwest.