How To Keep Up Your College Search Motivation

The college search process can be long and tiring. You want to research and explore all of your options but with more than 2,000 colleges in the U.S. it can quickly become overwhelming. Even before you are halfway through the search, your interest might start to wane. Continuing with the search with this frame of …

College Visits: Specialized Tours

During a typical college visit, a tour guide takes the group of visiting students and their families around the campus and shows them the various facilities that the college offers. These tours are generally held on fixed dates and the tour guide is usually a faculty member or a current undergrad student. In addition to …

The Pros and Cons of 2+2 College Programs

A 2+2 college program involves splitting up your four college years between community college and a public or private college or university. You spend the first two years in a community college and then transfer to a public or private college where you complete your next two years. There are several compelling reasons why a …

The Pros And Cons Of Colleges Near Cities

The location of your college can have a major impact on your overall college experience, which is why experts strongly advice students to factor in this aspect when shortlisting their choice of colleges. If most of your colleges on your shortlist are located near large cities, it helps to understand the pros and cons before …

Pros & Cons Of Small College Towns

College towns are charming little neighborhoods where the character of the community is heavily influenced by a college and its culture. In most college towns, as much as 20% of the population is comprised of college students. Understanding the pros and cons of small college towns is important, especially if any such college features on …

Pros and Cons of Large Colleges

  You may be leaning towards wanting to attend a large college versus a small college or vice versa. It helps to know the pros and cons of each! Here are some of the benefits and less beneficial aspects of attending a larger school. Pro: More extracurricular opportunities Larger colleges tend to have a lot …

The Pros and Cons of Rural Colleges

There are colleges in big cities, suburban colleges, and then there are those on the outskirts: the rural colleges. Some may think they’re out in the middle of nowhere, others might find them peaceful and a place all its own. Regardless of where you fall, there are definite pros and cons to rural colleges. PRO: …

College Visit: More Than Just A Tour

All colleges organize regular campus tours where a guide takes prospective students and their parents around the campus and shows them all of the facilities that the college offers. If you go on one of these tours, you will get to be the best parts of the college—the spiffy auditorium, immaculate dining hall, and other …