How cool! On campus on “Admitted Students’ Open House” day Part I April 2nd, 2010 | No Comments

Last Saturday was a COLD end-of-March day.  I had been hoping for warmer weather… but I have to say it really didn’t matter because it was so fantastic to be on campus and meeting prospective students and their parents.  I love the feel of Clark University-though that’s really not what I want to talk with you about… I want to ask seniors* who are about to make decisions about where they want to spend the next four years…

  • How will you decide?
  • What’s important to you?
  • What are you looking and listening for on campuses as you visit-whether it’s for the first time or the last time-before you make your decision? (Or, what are you looking for on the colleges’ websites and in conversations with current students and alumni?)

You have some time to make a decision.  I’d like to suggest that you choose with your head and your heart.  Reflect on who you are:  what you need and want in an environment so that you are both comfortable and challenged to do your best work and have a great time!  Good luck!

*  These are great  questions for juniors too, as you begin visiting campuses.

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