Why the Core Matters for a New Generation Required classes bring campuses together and are a boon to the humanities — if done right. OPINION By Roosevelt Montás NOVEMBER 16, 2021 As an undergraduate at Columbia University 30 years ago, I learned to make sense of the...

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“One of the best things about our academic collegiate system is that there is a college for everybody; the student will thrive in an appropriate  college.  And we know by now, that selective colleges do not guarantee financial or emotional success. Our mission is to help students find the appropriate colleges.”
Peggy Baker, M.Ed., CEP

We could not agree more. Our goal is to find the right FIT for your student and family: academically, socially, geographically and financially. It is absolutely fine that some colleges are highly selective with the students they choose. It is our job to help guide families in the right direction for THEIR STUDENT, not the neighbor’s, not the other family on the lacrosse field, not the one in the movies, nor the one that is popular in their particular circle. We have many, many amazing choices.  “The longer the runway, the smoother the take off.” Lee Norwood (and most pilots I know).

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