The founding of Rice played out like a game of Clue: Massachusetts billionaire William Marsh Rice was murdered in his bedroom, poisoned with chloroform administered by his personal valet who was in cahoots with Rice’s personal
Welcome back to College Compass’s series, What does it really take to get into the Ivy League? Now that we’ve covered all of the aspects of applying to an Ivy League school, I have
Cornell University, located in Ithaca, New York, has the largest undergraduate population out of all the Ivy League Universities. With about 14,000 undergraduates, Cornell nearly triples the undergraduate population of Princeton University. This large population gives Cornell student’s a unique
So, by this point you’ve made the grades, taken the tests, done the extracurriculars, gotten your recommendations, written your essays, and sent the whole thing off to the school of your dreams. You’re done,
Pranav Bhamidipati recently enjoyed the experience of a lifetime, when he discovered he had not just done well on the SAT, but gotten a
Today, in our seventh installment of What does it really take to get into the Ivy League?, we turn from the substance and content of your applications to more strategic questions. Of course,
Princeton University, perennially ranked in the top 5 undergraduate institutions by Forbes, is the 4th oldest college in the United States. With a massive endowment of 17.1 billion dollars, Princeton’s endowment ranks 3rd , behind Harvard’s 32
Welcome to part six of What does it really take to get into the Ivy League? This time, we will discuss a critical part of your application over which you have almost no control.