On Colleges: Hidden Gems Series

Smaller liberal arts colleges offer an enriching, top-tier education that you may not be familiar with. A new liberal arts college will be added to this post to give you a chance to read about each one. Amherst College Established in 1821 by Congregational clergy and the citizens of Amherst, Amherst is a liberal artsContinue reading “On Colleges: Hidden Gems Series”

Interdisciplinary Classes: Full of Academic Opportunities

Today, I will be talking about what are interdisciplinary classes and the advantages of taking those courses during your college experience. I will also be sharing a personal story of mine that helped me realize how essential interdisciplinary classes can be.  

What Classes To Take If You’re a Pre-Law Student

With the new school year nearing college students, course registration and choosing classes can be a overwhelming. Wether you’re set on pursuing law school in the future or even slightly intrigued by the idea of law school, here are some courses that you might want to take in the near future!

Which university is better suited for YOU? Comparing Research Universities and Liberal Arts Colleges

Students often choose a college based on prestige or reputation. However, each college has its own identity, along with having different opportunities. Colleges can be sorted into: Research Universities and Liberal Arts Colleges.

Why You Should Apply to Liberal Arts Colleges (even as a Pre-Med)

With over 1,500 colleges and universities in the United States, there are roughly 200 small to mid-sized liberal arts colleges. Amongst those includes Williams, Amherst, Swarthmore, Wellesley, Emory, Vassar, just to name a few.[1] While you may or may not have heard of these colleges during your college information session at your high school, this article is going to explain to you why you should consider adding them to your Common Application when the cycle opens again in August.

Why You Should Take Classes Outside Your Major

Expanding your mind to new ideas and perspectives is an integral part of the college experience. Taking classes outside your major may feel uncomfortable and cumbersome, but they’re actually there to aid with your college experience. This article looks at 3 reasons why it’s actually beneficial to take classes unrelated to your major.

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