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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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April 22, 2020
A gap year is becoming a popular option for graduating high school seniors to explore in COVID-19 times. Oft-considered an alternative to the conventional first-year college experience, the possibility of taking a gap year is being weighed against the possibility that colleges will not be able to welcome students to […]
April 9, 2020
Iowa State University got on my radar this week. Katharine Johnson Suski, Executive Director of Admissions, wrote a kind and thoughtful letter to prospective students that went viral. This large university is trying to be as fair as possible to help prospective students. The deposit deadline has been extended to […]
April 2, 2020
As our cities and states continue to practice social distancing, no one knows if colleges will teaching online this fall. Colleges face different issues teaching online during a fall semester than they would during the spring and summer. I’d like to share some thoughts as to how colleges might teach […]
March 26, 2020
You’ll notice that I’ve recorded a few virtual college visits over the past two weeks. I had been scheduled to see these schools in person, starting with Tufts. Virtual college visits are often the first impressions that college-bound students get about different schools. But you cannot limit yourself to viewing admissions […]
March 23, 2020
Last week the admissions office at Case Western Reserve University announced that the university would offer test-optional admissions for the next admissions cycle. This will benefit high school juniors who might be considering the school for their lists next fall. Their opportunity to take the ACT or SAT has been […]
March 2, 2020
This week New Jersey governor Phil Murphy proposed that our state’s free public college tuition program be extended from community colleges to the second two years at four-year public colleges. The program, which will cost $50 million, is limited to students whose families earn $65,000 or less. In a spring […]
February 26, 2020
I’ve always been a supporter of intercollegiate athletics under the right circumstances. Intercollegiate athletics offers opportunities for students to continue in their sport, and sometimes try a new one. They may also help to bond a campus community as well as town and gown. Four professors at Eastern Washington University […]
February 14, 2020
Student-athletes took a new stage this week as New Jersey native and former Dallas Cowboy star Drew Pearson blasted Michigan State’s new head football coach, Mel Tucker, on Twitter. Pearson’s grandson, Toren Pittman, had been recruited to the University of Colorado by Coach Tucker. The coach had told Pittman, a […]
February 8, 2020
Over 18 months ago I wrote a post where I suggested four schools that should appear on more college lists. That’s been one of my more viewed posts. It’s now time to given props to four more schools that I have visited. None of these schools are exceptionally selective. But […]
February 4, 2020
The University of California System is one of the more interesting, and educationally successful experiments in public education. Most recently, a task force for the system investigated the possibilities for its schools to switch from test mandatory to test optional admissions. . The task force report advised against going test optional […]