College Trips

The purpose of the college trip is exposure. For each location we choose, we try to visit all types of colleges – small liberal arts schools, large public universities, medium private universities, schools with religious affiliations, etc. We look at the atmosphere, the types of students, the facilities, and opportunities. We also examine the cities and towns where the schools are found. 99% of the time, a student will walk away from the college trip having a much clearer understanding of the “type” of school they wish to attend. They will also either rule out, or include, a new region of the country. We can then work together to come up with a list of schools that will be a good fit for the student, based on that information.

Past Trips:

’15 – Philadelphia area – Princeton University, Eastern University, Haverford College, Villanova University, Swarthmore College, University of Pennsylvania

’14 – Georgia – Georgia Tech University, Emory University, Agnes Scott College, University of Georgia, Berry College, Covenant College

’13 – Washington DC area – Johns Hopkins University, Naval Academy, St. John’s College, University of Maryland, Georgetown University, George Washington University, American University

’12 – North Carolina – Davidson College, Wake Forest University, Duke University, University of North Carolina, Elon University

‘11 – South Carolina – Furman University, Wofford College, Clemson University, University of South Carolina, Erskine College

’10 – Virginia – University of Richmond, University of Virginia, William & Mary, Washington & Lee, Hollins University, Hampden-Sydney College

‘09 – California – Pepperdine, Westmont, USC, Providence College, Cal Tech, Claremont McKenna

‘08 – Tennessee – Rhodes, Vanderbilt, U. of Tennessee, Sewanee, Covenant College, Belmont U

‘07 – Washington DC Area – George Washington University, American U, Georgetown, US Naval Academy, St. John’s College, Towson U, Goucher College, Johns Hopkins U, Catholic U

‘06 – Chicago – Loyola, U. of Chicago, Wheaton, Northwestern