Educated Quest College Insights
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July 8, 2020
The new reality of COVID-19 has led families to consider college costs in a different light than before. Parents are questioning the “value” of a college education when it does not include the “college experience” outside of the classroom. But even if you intend to send your child to community […]
July 3, 2020
Greek life is an important part of the campus culture at many schools. I have visited schools, Miami University of Ohio and Union College, among others, that host “mother chapters” of national fraternities. Ideally, students should be free to choose their friends and social setting, as long as they do not […]
June 25, 2020
Brown University is a school in many dreams. Aspirants dream about Brown not only because it is in the Ivy League, but also because of its open curriculum. For over fifty years, Brown has probably offered the most flexible education that you can get at a mid-sized research university. Brown […]
June 22, 2020
More and more colleges offer merit scholarships to prospective students, whether they need them or not. Merit scholarships will be the most likely source to reduce college costs for many families because it is not tied to income, only academic performance or talent. Some of these awards require no additional […]
June 19, 2020
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 […]
June 14, 2020
It is quite possible at some point this fall that colleges will need to teach everyone online. But colleges face will different issues than they did this spring. Colleges must offer more course sections and courses to accommodate them. . I’d like to share some issues and thoughts as to […]
June 12, 2020
Most recently many colleges have announced plans to reopen in the fall. Some of these plans call for residence halls to have fewer residents. Double rooms could become singles. Triples could become doubles. Quads could become doubles, too. College administrators have not faced a pandemic like COVID-19 before. But they […]
June 11, 2020
The living-learning community was one of the topics that I covered during an interview with Dr. Cynthia Colon, host of Destination YOUniversity. No matter the size of the college, there will usually be more than one on campus. Rutgers, for example, has more than 70. So, what does a living-learning […]
June 10, 2020
Right now college football recruiting is in a dead period.” But college football recruiting is literally a second sport after football in many states. I though that I would take a moment to show how it was done in the past. I picked up a biography of Harold “Red” Grange, […]
June 7, 2020
As colleges make their plans for the fall, I felt that it would useful to share information on how they handled pandemic conditions in the past. The Pandemic of 1918 stretched into two years, killing over 675,000 Americans. While scientists knew a lot less than they do today, many of […]