Educated Quest College Insights
Educated Quest is the rare college admissions site that addresses perceptions of “sacred cows” in the college search. These college insights separate fiction from the truth. They help students and parents consider and compare colleges best fit to their interests and needs.
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August 21, 2023
Politics at the federal level have always had major impact on college admissions, most specifically issues about financial aid. More recently, coming off two victories before the U.S Supreme Court, Students for Fair Admissions, a non-profit that filed suit against Harvard and the University of North Carolina system, and U.S. […]
August 11, 2023
The most recent commentaries about diversity in college admissions took me back, way back to the spring of 1975. I was a freshman in high school involved in publicity and stage crew for the first large-scale musical in our school’s history, Camelot. This show was a great choice. Most of […]
March 29, 2023
About seven years ago, I wrote a post to help my readers decided which school would be the “Harvard of the South. I recently visited Duke to take a student-directed campus tour. So, I thought that I would revisit this post. I personally find the phrase Harvard of the South […]
February 20, 2023
I wrote a review of New College of Florida as our world came out from pandemic times. I also mentioned the school in my book, The Good College. New College of Florida has also been one of the Colleges that Change Lives since 1996. New College’s leadership wants to “re-make” their college […]
February 13, 2023
Computer Science is one of the most popular, and often one of the most selective, college majors. It is a restricted or impacted major at several schools, especially those in California. However, the best places to learn computer science and choose your specialty within it might not always be the […]
February 8, 2023
I have recently reviewed three liberal arts colleges that have different takes on independent research: Allegheny, Knox and Kalamazoo. All are deservedly Colleges That Change Lives, among the best liberal arts experiences in the country. These schools offer a supportive academic environment much like I have found at more selective […]
December 2, 2022
I recently learned about a unique Rutgers class that you should know about called the Rutgers Advocacy Corps. It’s taught by Francine Pfeiffer, Rutgers’ Vice President for Federal Relations. Francine mentioned the Corps during a virtual presentation about the university’s lobbying activities and achievements in our nation’s capital. I wanted […]
November 17, 2022
Boston, Massachusetts has been historically called ‘America’s College Town.’ I won’t argue with the designation. But Boston might not be the best place for everyone to go to college. Some might find it too cold, too expensive, or too urban for their tastes. However, if you’re shopping for a college, you […]
November 1, 2022
I have been following the affirmative action cases under oral argument before the US Supreme Court. These cases involve Harvard and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Four years ago the Harvard case began its journey through the Federal court system. Back then, I wrote about Harvard, wondering why the […]
October 20, 2022
Test-optional admissions grew in practice at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. They are likely to be with us for years to come at many schools. I touch on test-optional admissions in my new book, The Good College. But I would like offer added thoughts for high school juniors and […]