Harvard University

Athletic Scholarships: Which Should Eric Choose?

Yale kicked off Eric Wilson’s college recruitment journey with an offer last summer, before his junior year at Benilde-St. Margaret’s High School. Since then, coaches nationwide have tried to woo the lineman to their campus. Eric’s 6’4”, 290-pound size, along with his 4.0 GPA and...

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Long Odds Await Waitlisted Students

Many high school seniors at this time of year find themselves on university wait lists, having neither been accepted nor rejected by the institutions to which they’ve applied. While landing a spot on a prestigious university’s wait list offers the hope of admission, the odds of...

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Get the Most out of Targeted Campus Tours

Making plans to visit colleges right about now? Many families, especially those with high school seniors, are doing just that. Before setting out, however, it’s a good idea to have done your homework. Taking campus tours without first determining what you’re looking for can lead...

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College Costs Continue to Rise

How long can the cost of higher education continue to rise? Carleton College will ask families of students who enroll there next fall to pay a quarter of a million dollars over four years. This includes room and board, and books and fees, as well...

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