November 18, 2015

The Good That Comes from Major College Football

Among college counselors I would take it as a complement if I was considered to be the “pro football” counselor. That does not mean that I am a fan of the NFL, though I am. It means that I understand that college football brings considerable good to the life on […]
October 29, 2015

Rutgers-Camden Makes Admirable Move On College Affordability

I’m working on an updated profile of my alma mater, Rutgers University-New Brunswick to post pretty soon. But today I wanted to focus on a recently-announced program at a sister campus, Rutgers-Camden. Students who will be incoming freshmen may, depending on their family’s income, be eligible to pay little-to-no tuition […]
September 30, 2015

Recruiting for the Public Honors College

Last week I paid a visit to the new Honors College building at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. It’s an impressive student-oriented public honors college facility, as you will from the pictures that I have added to my Pinterest page. I wouldn’t mind living there myself as a guest faculty member (there […]