Santa Clara University-Private
Santa Clara, California
8,642 (5,520 undergraduates)
Does College Size Matter?
You would think this would be an easy question to answer. And it is for NCAA D3 schools since they aren’t allowed to offer any athletic scholarships so the answer is no. As for D1 or D2 schools, if you just stop and think about it a little, you would begin to realize that there’s no way it could possibly have a simple answer. Continue reading
I’ve updated the free college application fees list based on the Integrated Post-secondary Education Data System (IPEDS) and information from the Common Application available in October 2019. The IPEDS data is the fee charged for the 2018-19 academic year while the Common Application Data is for the 2019-20 year. Yes, it’s very possible the data reported by IPEDS will not be valid for the coming year. But it’s what is available.
Everyone knows the cost of higher education is spiraling out of control. Did you know that the cost to apply to college has reached equally outrageous levels? Applying to US News 2019 Top Ten (there are actually 11 top 10 because of a tie) National Universities would set you back $855 in application fees with a low of $70 to a high of $90. Only two schools charged less than $75. That doesn’t include the cost of sending in testing scores reports. Continue reading
This post has been updated. I’ve added some camps, updated links, and removed some that don’t seem to exist anymore. If you have any suggestions, please let me know. (I list specific camps by date below.)
If at all possible, you want the coaches from the college you are interested in to see you play. This is a qualified statement since some colleges will recruit players strictly off video. These tend to smaller colleges or schools without any recruiting budget. Of course, all coaches would prefer to see you play and baseball camps can be a very effective way to get in front of several college coaches in a very short period of time.
To start your college search, you need to be able to answer this question. If you’re like most parents starting the college search process, you don’t have a clue what EFC means. In fact, most parents don’t understand until they are well into the college application process which is not a good thing.
So what is EFC? EFC stands for “Expected Family Contribution” and is the term used by the Federal Government and colleges to state how much parents are expected to pay for their child’s college education. Continue reading