College Search Tips at Educated Quest

Check out the many college search tips on Educated Quest. They’re related to admissions, majors, schools, campus visits, financial aid, impending education policies, internships, entry-level job searches, and much more!

You won’t find many of these college search pieces on any other college admissions Web site or in the books and magazines at your nearest bookstore. Tips posted on Educated Quest are based on campus visits as well as my experiences doing business with colleges and universities. These tips may help you consider academic programs or to do your homework to find your “best fit” schools.

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April 22, 2024

Jewish Students Can Find Their Good College

A “good college” means different thing for different people. Lately, I have had to ask myself: What is a good college for Jewish students, one where they will feel educated, embraced, happy and safe? The sad reality is that antisemitic and anti-Zionist events are happening on many campuses. How do […]
November 2, 2021

A Guide to Career Services for Parents and Students

Career services offices have come under criticism in the education press. Prior to starting this site, I worked with college career counselors at over 300  schools of different types, two-year and four-year, liberal arts and pre-professional. The vast majority of college career counselors are caring and sincere people, and do […]
April 20, 2021

Could COVID Impact Transfer Admissions?

Our COVID reality has not only impacted admissions for future college freshmen. It is about to impact transfer admissions as well. Imagine being a sophomore in college, whether it be community college or a four-year school. Two or three semesters of your college education have been online. Your college has […]
February 8, 2021

The College T: A ‘Neutral Zone’ For College Connections

The College T is one of the newest Web sites where students can talk up college with college students. Originally founded to help Connecticut high school graduates during the pandemic, The College T’s outreach has now extended beyond The Nutmeg State. The current concept of the site is simple. College students […]