Category: School-Specific

What is UPenn’s Huntsman Program? The Huntsman Program at the University of Pennsylvania is a dual-degree program in the Wharton School and the College of Arts and Sciences. The UPenn Huntsman […]

Photo courtesy of Williams College Once I clicked close on the tab that congratulated me for my final college commitment, relief flooded my body. Twelve years of schooling had let […]

During the first year at Harvard, there is so much to see and to do. Every experience feels new, and there are so many people to meet! It can be […]

What is the difference between a quarter and a semester system? Traditionally, universities and colleges will have one of two academic calendars: a traditional semester system or a quarter system. […]

As a prospective Georgetown student, there’s a good chance that you’re at least curious about taking one or two Government classes. As a student, I loved the flexibility of the […]

First off, if you’re reading this because you just got accepted or are planning on attending Brown, congrats! Brown is such a great place that fosters and promotes creative expression […]

Penn State (PSU), aptly named Happy Valley, is a gorgeous campus with a myriad of things to see and do. The bustling campus can feel overwhelming for new students trying […]

Photo courtesy of Cornell University For many prospective Cornell applicants, it can be intimidating to consider spending several years in a small, rural town. When it comes to student life […]

The Social Sciences division is full of interesting majors, from Women, Gender, and Sexual Studies to African American Studies. One of the most fruitful processes for me at Harvard was […]

After four exciting years at Brown University, I’m now preparing to leave the place I called home. But I still remember my first day: moving in, anxiously awaiting the arrival […]

I entered UC Berkeley as an undeclared major. I was so focused on getting in that I never really considered what I wanted to study, something that I regret a […]

Adawson8 | Wikimedia One of the most popular undergraduate colleges at the University of Notre Dame is the Mendoza College of Business. Students in the college have the choice between […]

How do you keep a healthy work-life balance at Harvard—or any similarly rigorous university? Managing an unfamiliar environment and new friendships is hard enough. All the new opportunities available to […]

If you are an incoming freshmen at UC Berkeley, you are generally ensured a spot for on-campus housing. While it might be cheaper to live off-campus, I highly recommend choosing […]

Harvard has over 450 officially recognized student organizations, alongside numerous casual and unrecognized ones. Despite Harvard’s many clubs, however, students may not find a specific organization that fulfills their individual […]

Anthony Hall | Unsplash As an incoming student at UC Berkeley, one of the best ways to get involved is to join a student organization! Luckily for you, there are […]

STEM Research at Stanford Stanford University is a world-renowned research institute ranking #2 on Forbes’ Top Colleges in 2019 and #2 on Forbes’ Research Universities lists. The university strongly believes […]

Joining a club at Harvard can be intimidating at first. Some are extremely competitive and require students to either apply, audition, and/or comp. However, there are a number of clubs […]

Are you wondering whether a school like Harvard is a good fit for you? Interested in studying Harvard economics? Curious about what the classes or professors are like and what […]

There are so many decisions that go into choosing a college. Big school or small school? Rural or urban campus? One significant factor in your life as a college student […]

One Major, Endless Possibilities Image courtesy of Cornell University I always knew I wanted to apply to Cornell, but I was initially overwhelmed by their seven different undergraduate college options. […]