How can you find the most generous colleges and universities?
I’m talking about the institutions that meet 100% of financial need or close to it?
And what about the schools that provide merit scholarships for affluent students who don’t qualify for need-based aid? How can you find schools that provide a large number of these scholarships?
In the six-minute video below, which I recorded last fall, I explain how to locate colleges and universities using a search tool that you can find at COLLEGEdata.com.
This happens to be one of the videos that I use in my online course, Cutting the Cost of College, that begins Wednesday (July 9). The class also includes written lessons, handouts, discussion boards and webinars.
If you’re interested, this is your last chance to register for this online class which can save you a lot money by showing you how to find the best college values.
After using the search engine to generate a list of colleges and universities, I explain in the video how you can dig deep and research the financial practices of individual schools.
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Additionally, I asked an Ivy League graduate that I respected if he had college advice for my daugher, and the instant response was, “Don’t go to the Ivy League school I just graduated from.” This graduate (who’s now attending medical school) did not respect the so-called “diverse thinking” that is anything but diverse. There is actually little room or value given to students that disagree with the party line “diverse” viewpoints. The end result is a very narrow mindset among faculty and students, which diminishes potential for thoughtful, imaginative discussion of many issues.