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.

Educated Quest college insights are quite unique to Web sites that offer college admissions advise or college profiles. You will not find these college insights in college rankings books or the guides that you find on the shelves at your nearest bookstore. You will find them only here at Educated Quest.

My college counseling services  at Educated Quest give you further insights, personalized to your student’s and your family’s interests and needs. I look forward to having you as a client and sharing my personal insights with you! Have a question or would like to know more about how to consider or compare colleges? Contact me at stuart@educatedquest.com or call me at 609-406-0062.

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March 6, 2017

Can the Trump Administration Make Good With HBCUs?

President Trump has signed a nationally publicized executive order that moved a small Federal office responsible towards Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) from the Department of Education to the White House. This was not the first presidential executive order focused on HBCUs, and it will not be the last […]
February 26, 2017

Is Flagship Match An Admissions Success for the University of Maine?

The last college admissions cycle was the first year for a new student recruitment program at the University of Maine called Flagship Match. In order to qualify for Flagship Match Tier One, students must have at least a 3.0 grade point average and SAT scores of 1,050 or higher. If […]
February 6, 2017

Three Liberal Arts Colleges That Could Be Colleges That Change Lives

Drew University, a National Liberal Arts College based in my home state of New Jersey, is one that should become one of the Colleges That Change Lives. It is already listed in another college book, Colleges That Create Futures, published by the Princeton Review. But the Colleges That Change Lives […]
February 1, 2017

Should Community College Begin Before High School Graduation?

One of the more interesting ideas that has reached into K12 and higher education are “2+2 programs” that allow high school students to pursue their diploma and a community college degree program at the same time. The community college courses are counted towards  high school graduation as well as the Associates […]
January 30, 2017

The Multi-Purpose Small Private College

It used to be that a small private college was considered to be specialized in the liberal arts. However, you are more often likely to see a small private college such as Cabrini University (PA), profiled on this site, offer a variety of undergraduate pre-professional degree programs. If you look at […]
January 18, 2017

Can Two Merged Vermont Public Colleges Work Better As One?

In November of 2016 the Board of Trustees of the Vermont State College system voted to merge two public colleges, Lyndon State College and Johnson State College, into a single school: Northern Vermont University. The merger will take effect on July 1, 2018. This is not the first time I […]
January 17, 2017

Rhode Island’s Proposed Twist on Free Public College Tuition

Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo has proposed to have the Ocean State join New York to offer free public college tuition to the residents of her state, after eligibility for Federal and State need-based scholarships are considered. The presidents of Rhode Island’s three public colleges, the Community College of Rhode […]
January 13, 2017

College Football Might Face Competition From A Pro Developmental League

A former NFL player and father of two college football players, a former NFL head coach who won two Super Bowls and NFL star Tom Brady’s agent have announced the formation of a developmental football league that is likely to attract high school football stars who do not want to […]
January 9, 2017

Is Tuition-Free Public College Workable In New York State?

New York’s Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a proposal to offer free-tuition public college education to resident students over the next two years. If approved by the New York State Legislature, the proposal would likely benefit around 200,000 full-time students, although the governor believes that it would benefit thousands more. […]
November 9, 2016

Which College is the ‘Harvard of the South?’

The strongest college brand names in the US are probably Harvard and Notre Dame. I have never heard of a college being labeled “the Notre Dame of the South.” But I have heard of colleges that have been called “the Harvard of the South.” I’m not crazy about this label. Founded […]

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