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College Anonymous Confession board.
This is a growing movement in colleges around the country, and I was curious what you guys thought about it. You can learn something about the few schools for which there are boards.
| Introducing collegecampuses
|collegecampuses is a new, photo-based livejournal community created to give prospective students the opportunity to view the campuses of colleges and universities they may not be able to visit. |
At collegecampuses, we're attempting to compile user-taken images into a easy-to-use tag-based library for the student of the class of 2013 and beyond.
Please join, post, comment, and add the community! The more you use collegecampuses, the more you help others find their fit.
The Gender Public Advocacy Coalition is pleased to announce the release of its 2008 GENIUS Survey in partnership with Ernst & Young. GenderPAC works to ensure that classrooms, communities and workplaces are safe for everyone to learn, grow and succeed.
The Gender Equality National Index for Universities & Schools (GENIUS), GenderPAC’s most recent effort to end discrimination and promote awareness, encourages colleges and universities to recognize the benefits of a GenderSAFEtm campus - supportive equitable and protective for all students. Choosing to participate in GENUIS sends a strong public statement that bullying or discriminating based on the race, sex or gender of a student, faculty, or staff member is not tolerated at your institution
Fill out the survey at: www.gpac.org/GENIUS2008survey, and make sure that we have data for as many schools as possible. Your voice will help us continue to work towards a safe and welcoming environment for every student.
*While we greatly appreciate the interest taken in GENIUS by students, staff, and faculty at academic institutions outside of the United States, at this time GENIUS is only able to track schools based in the U.S.
I'm considering going to college for fine arts but I'm afraid I won't be able to pay back my loans once I graduate. All I've heard about fine arts is that you basically make little to no stable money in it.
What kinds of GOOD paying jobs [if any] can you get with a fine arts degree and WHERE can you get them? State wise. I live in PA if that helps any.
Also, someone suggested to solve my problem I should double major. Good idea or bad idea? Would I be able to work a part time job? My parents aren't going to fork out money for food/gas/school supplies so I will NEED a job while going to school. What's it like to take double majors while you're in school?
i just got into nyu. anyone go there who can tell me anything about it? i mean i know about it obviously but like what do you honestly think about the school? is it all it's worked up to be? should i go and pay all that money? tell me anything you think i should know.
This is a list of 20 possible colleges which I might want to apply or go to. If anyone knows any information about any of these colleges, please tell me what you know. I'd love to hear from you. :)
1. Northeastern University*
2. Roger Williams University*
3. Cornell University*
4. Emerson College
5. Hartwick College*
6. Ithaca College
7. Providence College
8. Salve Regina College
9. Simmons College
10. Suffolk University
11. Susquehanna University
12. Syracuse University*
13. Trinity College
14. Tufts University
15. University of Connecticut
16. Clark University
17. Fairfield College
18. Brandeis University*
19. Western New England College*
20. University of Massachusetts (Boston)
*The stars mean the top choices, I guess.
So come forward with any info you may have, people. About anything. From academics, to food, to dorms, to teachers, to the surrounding towns, to whatever.
I'm thinking of majoring in Philosophy, with possibly a minor in either photography or journalism. Let me know if you know anything about those, too. THANKS! :D
I wanted to let you know about a blog I'm involved in with a group of friends called Opinion Scape
. We've just graduated from high school this year, and like the people that started this community, college_help
, so on and so forth, we're interested in helping out people that are in what was our position one or two years ago - juniors, seniors, anyone looking to university. A year ago, we wanted to know what other people in our position were like and not in relation to one specific university, so we decided to fill that niche.
We intend to blog through our experiences before and after applying to college - our thoughts, issues, resources, regrets, advice... In that way we hope to give you a clearer picture - of where we were and how we dealt with whatever issue universities threw at us - than we could with short comments. Perhaps scare up a laugh on the way. There's a comment corner at the bottom of every entry, and an e-mail contact address for every blogger should you want to ask us any questions, we'll be glad to help.
The site is easily navigable, so you can browse through blog entries by category - choosing universities, tests, application process, admissions decisions, preparing for university, campus culture, etcetera - or by blogger. We have one blogger in a UK university, three in the US, international students, two gap year students (one accepted by a US college, one still to apply), two from large universities, one in a small college, interest in a variety of fields... and more perspectives are more than welcome!
The site is new, and most of our bloggers have just started university, so there may not be an entry on the topic you need an answer for. In that case, just ask us! It's an informal blog by students, for students - an alternative to a long self-help book by someone years away from the application process. :)
If you're interested in becoming one of the bloggers, contact our site administrator and blog creator, Han. If you're just confused and looking for a little help, or someone else's perspective, then drop by the blog
and see if we can't be of use! If we are, or not, do let us know.
(cross-posting is inevitable)
Is anyone out there thinking about applying to college music programs? I'm a recruiter for SUNY - University at Buffalo and I'm here to answer any questions you might have about our program. We have a great mix of traditional and new music options and students are free to focus on any style that they please. We have programs from Bachelor's to PhD and lots of openings, as well as funding, particularly for graduate theory students.
If you're interested in learning more visit our website at http://www.music.buffalo.edu
or leave a comment. You can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope to hear from you soon!
x-posted, sorry for duplicates