Choosing a College Articles
Deciding between schools? Get the answers you need by asking the right questions from the right resources.
A student going through the college search asks, "Do parents pick the college?"
Throughout the past decade, the average cost of tuition has been steadily increasing at 5.6% each year, according to College Board. College costs continue to outpace inflation rates, causing families to ...
Winter Term may be a foreign concept to you, but the trend is catching on at colleges across the country. Some college students don't jump right back into economics and art ...
Discover five black colleges that made a big impact on the U.S.
A student gives his account of narrowing down college choices.
A student shares her college search experience. How do you relate?
Fall is the best time to start your college visits. Start with these beautiful campuses.
When it comes to your college search, break the mold with unique college choices.
U.S. News & World Report. The Princeton Review. The sheer number of college rating systems published around this time of year can be downright dizzying. Some rankings rate doctoral programs. Others ...
During my senior year of high school, I was very thorough in my college search. There were many important factors for me to consider when choosing a college: location, cost, size ...
Find out what does liberal arts mean.
A student shares his college search experience.
Know the difference between reaching and playing it safe during your college search.
Do your homework before you enroll by heavily researching your college choices.
Distinguish quality versus costs in college choices.
Learn more about the importance of class size.
We all have talents as humans. Some people can sing. Some people have the ability to walk a tightrope. Some people can knit sweaters. When faced with a decision – pick ...
Senioritis Oct. 14, 2005 Last week I was stressed out to no end. I had to finish a six page religion essay, an English essay, and a lab report in science. ...
A student gives some wise advice on the distinction between wanting a college and loving a college.