Yale Student

What I Loved Most About Being a Yale Student

What I Loved Most About Being a Yale Student Yale is one of the oldest undergraduate institutions in the United States. And while “old” often correlates to prestige among US schools, there’s one key way in which the value of “old” is often overlooked and under-discussed, in my opinion. What I loved most about beingKeep reading

Studying Abroad

Studying Abroad: How to Prepare

Studying Abroad: How to Prepare Studying abroad is a unique opportunity, which is why students who are fortunate enough to have the chance to do it are often encouraged to. However, studying abroad is not without its challenges, and deciding how to prepare for such an important trip is a major one. From the practical mattersKeep reading

Top-20 Law Schools: Which Produces the Best Return on Investment?

Top-20 Law Schools: Which Produces the Best Return on Investment? If you’re thinking of applying to law school, you probably already know that it can be very expensive. For the top-10 law schools, the average price of tuition is over $40,000 per year. For a 3-year degree, that means you are spending upwards of $120,000Keep reading

Transfer Application

How to Prepare a Strong Transfer Application

How to Prepare a Strong Transfer Application If you are interested in transferring colleges, you are most definitely not alone. The percentage of students who change undergraduate institutions at least once is more than 30%. No matter how common this move may be, it represents a big decision. Your transfer application should be approached withKeep reading

Community Service

Why All Community Service is Not Created Equal

Why All Community Service is Not Created Equal I’ve met dozens – if not hundreds – of students who, when asked about their volunteer work or community service, proudly exclaim that they have completed hours upon hours of work at Habitat for Humanity, American Red Cross, or any number of other commonplace institutions. The effectKeep reading