Educated Quest College Insights
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December 1, 2020
If you visit Educated Quest, you probably know that I try to write about colleges that are good values. Centre College, based in Danville, Kentucky, has been on my radar for several years. I have not had the opportunity to visit, but I have tried to do the next best […]
November 10, 2020
Since starting Educated Quest I’ve often given my opinion of “the good college.” To me a good college is does well by the students. A good college: Guides a clear majority of its freshmen and transfer students to a degree Helps them to set a direction for their future Provides […]
November 10, 2020
I visited Chatham University (PA) a few years ago. That was shortly before the school opened Eden Hall, America’s first sustainable college campus. Located a half hour from Chatham’s main campus in Pittsburgh, Eden Hall is a living-learning community. Eden Hall is also host to unique bachelors and masters programs […]
November 5, 2020
Before COVID I visited anywhere between 10 and 15 schools during the first six months of a year. I sometimes left campus with a dream scenario about the school I had just visited. For instance, what if Cornell was in Upper Montclair, New Jersey, a place with waterfalls, close to […]
November 4, 2020
I have paid two visits to the Rutgers Honors College since it opened in 2015. It’s an impressive student-oriented public honors college facility, as you will from the pictures on my Pinterest page. This year, like all academic and services programs at Rutgers, the Honors College went virtual. I invite […]
October 27, 2020
Lydia Mann, director of admissions outreach at Clark University, put the COVID essay on the Common Application in proper perspective. Don’t feel pressured to write something, she says, or to try to find a “right answer.” Clark has also been test optional since 2012. If there is a school that is […]
October 26, 2020
Clemson University has been a national power in college football. I might have been a little rough on the school last week, when I covered college towns and COVID. I’d like to make it up to their community by taking a distant look into the school. I also collected some […]
October 22, 2020
Whenever state or national elections come around I keep reading the promises and diatribes from candidates on both sides about the “value,” or lack thereof, of a college education as well “reasons” why college “costs so much.” It’s very easy for a politician who has never run a college to […]
October 21, 2020
Clemson University made national news these past week that rocked their college town. The Tigers soundly beat then seventh-ranked Miami in football last weekend, then lit up Georgia Tech for 73 points to maintain their number one ranking. But Clemson also has taken the lead in having the largest number […]
October 20, 2020
Engineering education comes in different forms. A small number of small colleges offer engineering majors. There are also small and mid-sized (3,000 to 7,500 students) institutes of technology. Still others pursue their engineering education at large universities such as Rutgers-New Brunswick. Each has their pluses and minuses. Undergrads receive the […]