All Posts Tagged With: “Cooper Union”

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What Size is a Small College?

This week, I’ve been looking at the size of colleges and explaining why size matters. It drives me nuts that students routinely pick schools by size without understanding the educational ramifications of their choices.
Here are my three previous posts on this subject:
My Pet Peeve: Picking Colleges By Size
Research Universities: What You Need to Ask
What’s a […]

29Jul2010 | Lynn | 2 comments | Continued
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11 Great Colleges – Mostly Off the Beaten Path

What do the University of Notre Dame and Raritan Valley Community College have in common?
They both made the short list of great colleges that are doing an exceptionally good jobs.  The list was complied by Andrew Hacker, a professor at Queens College and Claudia Dreifus, a New York Times writer, who are the authors of […]

13Jul2010 | Lynn | 3 comments | Continued

Free Colleges — This Isn’t a Typo

Believe it or not, a handful of colleges charge less tuiton than a bag of theater popcorn. Actually, they are free.The New York Times wrote about one of the schools, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, in today’s edition. Not surprisingly, students submitting 2009 early decision applications to the school, which […]

9Feb2009 | Lynn | 0 comments | Continued