They used to be in the minority, but today women’s colleges outnumber their male counterparts. The Moravians, an early Protestant..
Monthly Archives: February 2014
Not all academic years are the same. Many colleges and universities operate on different calendar systems with varying term lengths,..
Many colleges are seeing record-number, double-digit increases in Early Decision and Early Action applicants. Is early admissions right for you?..
The best of the best. The crème de la crème. These eight institutions have been known as the most prestigious..
When men dominated the Ivy League, these seven elite women’s colleges convened to discuss how to provide more opportunities to..
It may not be as old as its predecessor, the SAT, but there are many reasons the ACT test holds..
The history of the SAT test is rich, dating as far back as the late 1800s. How has it lasted..
We surveyed more than 800 students regarding standardized testing and yielded the following insights: As seen above, when it comes to..
We surveyed more than 315,000 Niche seniors at nearly 50,000 high schools, and here’s what the data revealed. Note: The..
The FAFSA application leads to more than $150 billion in federal grants, loans, and work-study funds to students each year...