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There are dozens of opportunities in the Reform Movement for college students to live, learn, work, volunteer, and experience Jewish community-building throughout the world.

So, you want to get into an Ivy League school

Attending a Catholic university - Loyola University in Chicago - might at first sound like a strange choice for someone who became a bat mitzvah, was confirmed at a Reform temple, and spent many summers at a Jewish sleepaway camp. The majority of students identify as Roman Catholic, and the university's small Hillel meant I'd likely miss out on the many Jewish opportunities other universities offered.

What are the most essential takeaways from a college education?

There may be more funding available for your on-campus Jewish program than you think.

Applying for college marked the start of my future—a future I wanted to succeed at all on my own

Regardless of how smart, hard-working, or talented we are, every one of us faces rejection at one time or another. What matters is how we deal with it.

What are the most important trends in college admissions that students need to be aware of? The experts offer their insights.

A conversation with Mitchell B. Reiss, President, Washington College, Chestertown, Maryland.

To say that Judaism has been a constant feature in my life is an understatement. I spent eight hours a day in a Jewish day school from kindergarten through graduation, and went to temple every Shabbat. My family was so active in our synagogue, we received its "Family of the Year" award.

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