Colleges think about the future in many ways. They invest, or divest in academic programs and facilities. They add services to better help their students to succeed, and make their lives more pleasant on campus.
But sometimes the ambitious plans of a college are not well timed with the ambitions of their prospective students and their families. It’s quite difficult to ask a family to take a leap of faith that a college will be able to deliver on a promise of something “new and exciting.”
What types of promises for the future do colleges make?
More and more colleges will think about the future as they try to adapt to the changing demographics and the emerging interests of high school students and their families. They clearly want to attract, retain and graduate a successful freshman class. It takes some research to find out if the rewards will be worth the risks for your family.
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