College Academics

6 Qs with Professor Amy Blitz

Get to know a little more about Professor Amy Blitz, who teaches courses in economics, strategy, and political risk management at Babson College. Researching professors on your college list can help you decide if this school offers all of the opportunities that you are looking for!

6 Qs with Professor Matthew Hunter

Get to know a little more about Matthew Hunter, assistant professor of English at Texas Tech University, who specializes in the literature of Shakespeare and his contemporaries. Researching professors on your college list can help you decide if this school offers all of the opportunities that you are looking for!

6 Qs with Professor Pamela Carroll

Get to know a little more about Pamela Carroll, Founding Dean and Mildred W. Coyle Endowed Professor and Eminent Scholar for the College of Community Innovation and Education at the University of Central Florida. Researching professors on your college list can help you decide if this school offers all of the opportunities that you are looking for!

7 Qs with Professor Casey Lew-Williams

Get to know a little more about Casey Lew-Williams, Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Psychology at Princeton University. Researching professors on your college list can help you decide if this school offers all of the opportunities that you are looking for!

6 Qs with Professor Bruce Sinclair

Get to know a little more about Bruce Sinclair, Director of Teaching at the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of St Andrews in Scotland. Researching professors on your college list can help you decide if this school offers all of the opportunities that you are looking for!

5 Qs with Professor Wendy Beattie

Get to know a little more about Wendy Beattie, assistant professor at Northwestern University’s Prosthetics and Orthotics Center. Researching professors on your college list can help you decide if this school offers all of the opportunities that you are looking for!

Summer Academic Programs for High School Students

High school students and their parents often come to us requesting guidance on how best to spend the summer break. Our advice varies based on the student; it’s a personal decision that needs to be considered within the context of the child’s interests, preferences, and schedule, as well as family ...

Five Reasons to Consider a Public University Honors College

  What are you looking for in a college experience? Maybe you want small class sizes, a tight-knit community, and close relationships with professors. Maybe you’re hoping to live on a campus with loads of school spirit, big-time sports, and access to top research opportunities. Typically, you can’t get all ...

What Will College Look Like in the Fall?

The picture of what college will look like this fall is murky at best. The simple fact is, it is just too soon to tell, given the uncertainty of how the coronavirus will evolve and the unknown feasibility of new plans for academic and residential life. Some colleges have already ...

Crafting Your Ideal College List

With over 3500 colleges in the United States to choose from, it’s no surprise that many students struggle to decide which of them to apply to. This blog will provide a step-by-step guide to making this process effective and even fun! We recommend that you explore and visit colleges throughout ...

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