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Which Type of College is Right for You
In this video, Carmen from Drake University and Nhien from the University of New Hampshire duke it out in their showdown to show students what "college fit" truly means. Find out which college type is right for you in this video that shares common traits of successful applicants, busts myths about graduate school, and more. To find your perfect college fit, speak to one of our college admissions counselors at www.strivetolearn.com/collegecounseling.
Should you attend a liberal arts college?
Choosing a college can be difficult. Do you want to go to a research university or a liberal arts school? In this video, we break down the pros and cons of each type of school so that you can make an informed decision. Which type of school is better for you? Watch this video to find out! For more personalized help, check out our college admissions counselors at www.strivetolearn.com/collegecounseling.
College Types: What is a Research University Anyway?
Ever wondered what the difference is between a research university and a liberal arts college? Well actually, there's a lot. In this video College admissions counselor Josefine Borrman, the founder of Strive to Learn, interviews Admissions Rep Nhiech Quach from the University of New Hampshire to help explain the differences between colleges, teaching philosophy, and students. To learn more about finding the right college for you, go to www.strivetolearn.com/collegecounseling.
Evergreen: Giving students a second chance at education
Do you have a low GPA and are feeling like you don't fit in with the traditional college scene? Check out Evergreen College! This unique school is designed for students who want to explore their passions and interests. And with a staff of experienced consultants, you'll get the help you need to find the perfect school for YOU.
College counselor gives landmark college's bridge program two thumbs up
If you're looking for a college with a great bridge program for students with ADHD or learning differences, look no further than Landmark College. Their bridge program has been given two thumbs up by a college counselor who specializes in helping students with ADHD and learning differences!