An international student describes the difficulties of his complex origins, and the solace he found in a liberal arts major.
Is a liberal arts major or degree worth the price? A recent study says yes.
It’s a four-year investment, so you want to get the most out of your college experience. Liberal arts colleges cater to their students with a truly student-focused approach.
While the liberal arts have declined in popularity in the past 50 years, part of this decline may be attributed to a misunderstanding of what a liberal education really is. Here are some definitions.
Jake Bonnell, admission counselor at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi, writes about his great experience getting a Liberal Arts education at Ohio Wesleyan University.
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.
A recent visit to Westmont College inspired some thoughts about attending a religious college or university. Here are some questions to consider asking if you are looking at applying to a religiously affiliated college or university.
Why major in music? Because it is great preparation for a career at Microsoft! Here Mark reviews a speech by Brian Pertl, Dean of the Conservatory of Music at Lawrence University.
Mark recently visited Lawrence University (in the dead of winter) and found it to be a very warm and inviting place–providing an outstanding education in the liberal arts and music.
Looking for a college that helps prepare its students for the “Real World”? Take a look at Colgate University.