• Choosing Between Large Universities and Small Colleges in Massachusetts

    When it comes to picking a Massachusetts college to attend, high schoolers often have one major decision to make before they narrow their options further: a large college or a smaller one? Both have plenty of pros and cons, so it all comes down to what you’re looking for in a school. Read on to learn more.

  • Pre-Athletic Training: Is It for You?

    Do you watch live sporting events and keep an eye on what the trainers are doing on the field? Do you want to help athletes play their very best game? Do you want to be a part of sporting events, only from the vantage point of the locker room or back end of the field? If so, then a degree in pre-athletic training or exercise science might be your ideal college major. How can you decide if this is the best way to get started on your career path? Read on to learn more.

  • A Degree in Sports Medicine: Career Options On and Off The Field

    Love sports but also have an aptitude for science? Want a career in some sort of healthcare field? If so, then a degree in sports medicine or exercise science might just be the answer. There are plenty of different career options that this degree can set you up for, including working as a sports nutritionist, a strength coach, and even an athletic trainer. Read on to learn more.

  • How to Make the Most of Your College Experience in Massachusetts

    Planning to attend college in Massachusetts? While you’ll have plenty to do in the classrooms and workshops, you also need to make time to have a little fun. After all, there’s more to the college experience than homework, deadlines, papers, reading assignments, and everything else that comes with college coursework. Read on to learn more.

  • Considering a BFA In Acting? Here’s What You Should Know

    Whether you want to show off your talents under the Broadway spotlights or make a mark on Hollywood in the best way possible, it all starts with a BFA in Acting. A BFA, also known as a Bachelor of Fine Arts, differs from a Bachelor of Arts degree in several ways, including the ratio of general education courses required to degree-related classes, among other things. Wondering if a BFA in Acting is right for you? Read on to learn more.

  • Dean Spotlight: True Colors

    In honor of Pride Month this June, we’re proud to spotlight True Colors, Dean’s club for LGBTQ+ students and allies. We caught up with club treasurer Titi Stevenson ’24, a Human Services major, who shared more about the group and their advice for students looking to get involved. Read on to learn more.

  • Interested in Musical Theatre? 8 Career Options to Consider

    Majoring in musical theatre in college, specifically in a BFA program, is an intense experience. You’ll take part in numerous theatre productions and attend plenty of classes and workshops designed to enhance your skills so that you can go on to star on Broadway or make your mark on Hollywood. However, what happens if you choose not to go the actor route? Read on to learn more.