Saint Louis University (SLU):

During my last “Moms’ Weekend” for my daughter, Gabby’s sorority at WashU in St. Louis, my daughter and I decided to visit Saint Louis University.   Gabby was eager to see how they run their [...]

St. Louis University

Saint Louis University is an excellent option for students who want a faith-driven, service-oriented, pre-professional school located in a great city.  The philosophy that permeates the campus is [...]

Michigan, University of

We arrived at the University of Michigan on a Friday afternoon around 5:30 on a beautiful spring day.  We passed by the “big house” (stadium) and let me tell you it is one big house!!!  We parked [...]

University of Minnesota

Written by Abby Power The University of Minnesota (known as U of M or The U) offers a pretty typical Big 10 school experience – strong academics, lots of choices, great sports, plenty of school [...]

Macalester College

Written by Lisa Bleich   Macalester is a quintessential small liberal arts college with and urban twist. While Macalester is located in St. Paul, it has a neighborhood rather than city feel [...]

Webster University

Webster University  Written by Lisa Bleich I pulled up to the Admissions Office parking lot at Webster University and there was a spot waiting for me with my name on it, literally! Everyone I met [...]

Carleton College

Written by Abby Power, guest blogger Carleton College is a highly se­lective liberal arts college located in the small, rural town of Northfield MN, just 40 miles south of Minneapolis-St Paul. [...]

Xavier University

College Visit by Lisa Bleich Xavier University, a medium size Jesuit College in Cincinnati, with an excellent DI basketball team, has gone through tremendous growth over the past five years [...]

University of Cincinnati

College review by Lisa Bleich University of Cincinnati (UC) surprised me by its beautiful and compact, yet expansive campus.  While the campus is right in the heart of the city, it is a [...]

Indiana University

College review by Lisa Bleich Indiana has an expansive, 1,800 acre campus with limestone buildings and lined with trees and flowers throughout campus.  The former football field was converted [...]

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