Monday, November 05, 2007

Hey, Professor

It's time. Time to start looking at colleges for my oldest son. The good news is that he knows he wants a small college in Pennsylvania, New York, or New England. Not in a city, but not too rural either. I'm going to get the big fat book of colleges, but thought some of you brilliant bloggers might have suggestions as well-- so, any suggestions?
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7 comments:

Didi Menendez said...

what does he want to study?

Suzanne said...

He's not sure yet, but I think he would do well in something business related.

Pam Hart said...

Check out Lafayette College in Easton, Pa...the home of the crayola crayon factory! About 2400 students.
Lehigh U. is nearby, also Franklin & Marshall in Lancaster, Pa. Sign up at College Board website and fill out profile and be connected to college websites. Plus they send links based on profile--and have prep stuff for the dreaded test. If you need more info...let me know, I've been where you are now before! It's fun.

A. D. said...

I suggest not letting him take out any student loans. ;-)

Other than that, sorry, I don't know.

Suzanne said...

Pam, thanks for these great suggestions, I appreciate it and I will take you up on getting more info as things progress, you can count on it.

Ha, good point, A.D.

Talia said...

What's wrong with Indiana? We have a lot of great small ruralish schools here--private and state.

greg rappleye said...

BUCKNELL!

Great school, great town.