Wesley College

Dover, DE: Wesley is among the most highly ranked private college in the mid-Atlantic region for many reasons. It has great academics, affordable tuition, athletics, activities and an attractive campus. It is also the first college in the U.S. to host a publicly funded charter school on its campus. Wesley has 2,000 full and part-time students from 30 states and […]

St. Anselm’s

Endicott College Beverly, MA: Endicott had a week-long program during Februaryvacation arranged by major. I plan to be a communications major so I went onTuesday. I had recently applied, but because it was an all-women’s college, I hadmy doubts. When I arrived, I was quite surprised to see men sitting there. I wasthen told that in the fall of 1994, […]

Duke University

Durham, NC: Step onto Duke University’s campus and you will be mesmerized. At every turn there is gorgeous gothic architecture and rolling lawns. Shift your gaze upward and you can’t miss the soaring tower known as Duke Chapel, which houses breathtaking stained-glass windows. For a cold snap, you’ll need a light jacket, but most of the year just jeans and […]

Middlebury College

Middlebury, Vermont: Located in the rural Vermont countryside, Middlebury College is one of the top liberal arts institutions in the nation. It is nationally known for its sustainability initiatives and having the first environmental studies program in the country. The first draw of the school is its scenic campus. The uniform white granite buildings and lush green quads framed in […]


Hamden, CT: Would you like to attend a college that offers programs in liberalarts, business, law, and the sciences? How about a college that is in a sceniccountry setting yet only minutes from the heart of the city? If any ofthis appeals to you, Quinnipiac College just may be the school for you.Quinnipiac is situated in Hamden, Connecticut at the […]

Southwestern Assemblies of God University

Waxahachie, TX: Southwestern Assemblies of GodUniversity is located outside the Dallas/Ft. Worth metropolitan area ina city of about 20,000 people. This allows students comfort in a smallersetting and the exciting experiences of a city. SAGU’s main campusoccupies 70 acres; there is also the north campus five miles away withadditional student housing, classrooms and offices. Theuniversity has a great program that […]

Brown University

Providence, RI: Everybody knows the Ivies have a reputation of attracting a pretentious crowd, but my visit to Brown disproved that stereotype. With its diversity and artistic feel, Brown struck me as a place where I could certainly feel at home. Students demonstrate a drive to learn above a need to show off an Ivy League education. Brown is considered […]


Northeastern University Boston, MA: In mid-October, I started my collegesearch. My first stop: Northeastern University, located right in the heart ofhistoric Boston, Massachusetts. Northeastern offers a wide variety ofmajors: nursing, engineering, pharmacy, arts and sciences, business, andcriminal justice. There are approximately 12,400 undergraduate students, and thestudent/teacher ratio is 11: 1. The student has the opportunity to participate inco-ops where s/he […]

Duke University

Durham, NC: Duke University isa private college near Raleigh, the capital, and 20 minutes from UNC. Duke students are exceptionally well qualified; most graduatedin the top tenth of their class. The majority of Duke’s graduates earndegrees in health care, education and legal services, though Duke hasmany popular majors. It is a highly respected school for its academicsas well as athletics. […]