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June 8, 2021
The University of Maine has been through four years of a student recruitment program called Flagship Match. It was developed to target students from states that have flagships with exceptionally competitive admissions. Qualified students come from California, Connecticut, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont. […]
June 2, 2021
Too often Michigan State University gets overshadowed by its Big Ten sister school, the University of Michigan. But Michigan State’s Honors College offers enough to make prospective Wolverines consider becoming Spartans. Admission to the Honors College is by invitation. But prospective freshmen can submit an additional essay and mid-year senior […]
May 25, 2021
Elon University gets on quite a few lists in Central New Jersey. There are good reasons why. Elon has a beautiful campus and as you will read further, it has some impressive student services. Currently, just over ten percent of Elon undergrads come from the Garden State, second only to the […]
May 18, 2021
I had hoped to visit the University of Denver at a conference last June. But that was cancelled due to COVID. The opportunity to visit in person could come next year, but in the meantime I took a virtual visit. I gathered some photos on Pinterest for you. There’s also […]
May 10, 2021
Wheaton College (MA) is an excellent liberal arts college that gets lost among the more famous names in New England. I have gathered a few photos of Wheaton College on Pinterest. There’s also a nice 2.5 minute commercial for the college that was made by students in the Film and Media […]
May 5, 2021
During the fall I wrote that public honors colleges could be winners within our COVID reality. I have had the privilege to visit some in person, but none as large as the Commonwealth Honors College at UMass-Amherst. I had an opportunity to take a short virtual tour of the Honors […]
April 28, 2021
Belmont University is located in Nashville, one of America’s fastest growing cities and entertainment capitals. It has attracted attention out my way for music and music business, so I was motivated to learn more. I gathered a few photos of Belmont University from Pinterest so you can see some of […]
April 13, 2021
Whitman College is a selective liberal arts college that is one of the Colleges That Change Lives. It has attained other accolades for value and the academic experience. This is a small school (fewer than 1,400 undergrads) with a very nice campus in a small college town, Walla Walla, Washington, […]
April 6, 2021
From listening to a few YouTubes and taking a virtual tour, Butler University felt like a shrunken version of Indiana University-Bloomington. The limestone buildings, residence halls, gardens, green spaces, college town shopping near campus and Greek Row reminded me of that school. Butler also reminded me of Drake University, which […]
March 30, 2021
Western Washington University got on my radar for some interesting majors that I have not seen at other public colleges. This school offers nearly 200 possible majors, likely more than I would find at Rutgers, including: Cross-disciplinary majors in Energy Policy and Management and Energy Science and Technology through an Institute […]