‘How to Choose a College’

Please read Frank Bruni’s column in today’s New York Times Sunday Review section. While not all students will be “among the lucky who can factor more than cost and proximity into where you decide to go” to college, Bruni prompts students to look beyond the ratings and rankings when considering which school to attend.

The most important goal is to choose a school that’s the right fit for you— taking into account your interests, a school’s personality, student body, curriculum, fields of study, extracurricular activities, location, distance from home and cost. Be honest with yourself and the process and consider as many factors as you are able and you will find a school where you will thrive and grow.

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