1 Answer

Janice Kirn-Sottilaro Points0
To go public or private; that is the question.

You would do well applying to those colleges which interest you, and remove their status as public or private from the conversation. There are pros and cons to either so really, it needs to be determined based on what you are looking for in a college. It is fine if your list of schools all happen to be public, or the list has a mix of private and public. You should apply with your comfort level in mind, not where others went, because in the end, you will be the one attending this time around, not anyone else.

Good Luck!

Ready to discuss your child’s college goals?
Get Started for Free ❯❯

...

SpanOne helps students get into top colleges by working one-on-one with an experienced college admissions counselor.

Our college counselors help families navigate the complex and stressful process of college planning and applications. Many of them are former admissions staff members and educational professionals from the top colleges. They are the best at what they do.

Our college counselors are located in cities across the country, including Austin, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Phoenix, San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle and Washington DC.

Ready to discuss your child’s college goals?
Contact Us ❯❯ or Call Us at (800) 878-9438

Get Connected


Have Questions?
   Contact Us ❯❯


Call Us Now!
   (800) 878-9438