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Helping Seniors Figure Out the Right College Fit

Many seniors are feeling relieved that their college applications are in, but for some the toughest part of the process still lies ahead: Making the final decision. Since students send off so many apps these days, they will likely have many offers this spring.

Lionel Anderson in The New York Times gives seniors a solid list of factors to consider when choosing a college: from affordability and size, to student life, diversity, and academics. The article is worth reading and passing along to students weighing their options come April.

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