Google “Ohio,” and you’ll get a few predictable results. Yes, we grow a lot of corn here. Yes, there is a fairly famous college football team here. And yes, there is an office building shaped like a giant basket. But none of that is why you should consider spending your college years in Ohio. (OK, the basket is pretty cool.)
During the college search, there’s a huge emphasis on first-year housing. So many questions are swirling around that upperclass housing options sometimes don’t even make it into the conversation. But for those who are curious, or for those who have immense foresight, here’s a peek into some of Kenyon’s upperclass housing, the North Campus Apartments (NCAs).
Every year, Kenyon holds a Halloween costume contest for the staff and administrators. Several of my colleagues in admissions dressed up in a variety of fun, creative and witty disguises.
When it comes to college applications, perhaps no word strikes more fear into the hearts of applicants than “interview.” To help assuage your fears, dear prospective students, my colleagues and I present to you advice on how to sail through your interview.
As admissions counselors, we spend a lot of time in the car. No adventure would be as fun without the tunes that keep us going through long nights, on bumpy roads, and especially in my case, when stuck in Houston traffic. Below are playlists compiled by myself and my colleagues of our soundtracks to our fall road trips.