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How many American colleges actually have a medieval-style cloister? Bryn Mawr College, an all female liberal arts college of 1,600 in suburban Philadelphia, is one of the few. It is said that Bryn Mawr is the first college in the … Continue reading
There is an overwhelming amount of work that needs to be completed in the college application process. Amidst the excitement of this time, most students look at standardized tests with dread. They consider testing and test prep to be extremely unpleasant … Continue reading
The New York Times reported on April 8, 2013 on the report by the American Association of University Professors on public and private research universities’ faculty salaries. This year, the average salary at private research universities was $167, 393., while … Continue reading
Throughout our years of college counseling and the many changes we have witnessed in the industry, some things have remained the same. For example, no amount of wishfulness on the part of parents will bring much success without the full … Continue reading
The College Board’s president, David Coleman, announced Monday that the College Board would be embarking on the development of another new SAT. The last revision of the SAT was in 1994, when a number of changes were made (adding the … Continue reading
Eric Furda, Dean of Admissions at the University of Pennsylvania, offers great advice on finding the Best Fit College. To watch the video, click here.