StudentAdvisor’s College Review Contest – Were YOU the Winner?

Have you entered our college review contest yet? Each month, one winner is chosen at random to receive a $250 gift card. The StudentAdvisor.com judges also award an additional winner with a $250 gift card for the “Best in Class” review from all entries submitted during the month.

Students and alumni aren’t the only people who can enter, however. If you’re the parent of a college student, you can review your child’s college from your own perspective, helping those parents who are just starting the process of identifying colleges with their child.

Today we announce the winners of our college review contest for the month of October!

fashion institute technologyCurrent Student Kenny R.’s review of New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology has been chosen as StudentAdvisor’s “Best In Class” review for the month of October.  According to the StudentAdvisor judges, “Kenny’s review conveyed such candid honesty about what it’s like to be a guy at one of the country’s most prestigious fashion schools, so he deserves this recognition for helping prospective students – especially men – really get a feel for FIT.”

From Ken’s review:

You are essentially giving up a traditional college experience for something that is more akin to starting work- No green lawns, sports teams, inviting facilities, or incredibly friendly faces here. With the workload you probably have, friends will be few and far between unless you’re studying the same major.

The second review, which was chosen at random, was from Casey D., a current student at University at Buffalo. Casey felt that the weather was really the worst thing about her experience so far at Univresity at Buffalo, and highly suggested that students bring extra warm clothes and be prepared to handle low temperatures for the majority of the school year.

Thanks to Ken and Casey for being such an important members of our community!

Do YOU want to enter for a chance to win? Write a review about a college you have experience with and help students make the right choice about which college is best for them.

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