Post Profile

John Hrabe: Harvard University or Community College? Why the Choice Isn't As Crazy As It Sounds

Across the country, high school seniors are compiling pro/con lists to resolve the first big decision of their lives. Few of these dilemmas will come down to a choice between Harvard and community college. They should.
read more


Related Posts

Marjorie Hansen Shaevitz: NOW Is the Time for Rising High School Seniors to Find and Choose Colleges They're Going to Love

News : Huffington Post

Deciding where to apply to college is one of the first, important decisions teenagers will ever make. While curriculum requirements control much of their high school experience, a college list is something over which students can ha...

Accepted to all eight Ivies, Virginia student makes her decision: Harvard

United States / Washington D.C. : Washington Post: Local

In the end, Pooja Chandrashekar had to narrow down her choices. The wunderkind senior at the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology got into 14 schools — including all eight Ivies — and was deciding between Stanford...

Civic Engagement: Matching Students' Wants With Communities' Needs

Society & Culture : Huffington Post: Impact Blog

With millions of high school seniors awaiting admissions decisions from colleges and universities across the country, two questions are sure to come up around dinner tables, in guidance offices and in media coverage: "What's the bes...

Beyond prestige and comfort: The right way to choose a college

Industries / Education : The Answer Sheet

It’s decision time for high school seniors around the country, who are choosing which college/university they will attend in the fall, and its the start of decision time for high school juniors, who are getting ready to start on the...

Fordham Fake-Out: College Accidentally Accepts 2,500 Students Who Didn't Get In

United States / New York : Gothamist

This is early decision time, when high school seniors across the country are finding out whether they were accepted into their first choice colleges. Sadly, for 2,500 Fordham University hopefuls, they were faced with an awful roller...


Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC