Located at the College of San Mateo, the Middle College program is an alternative education program provided by an agreement between CSM and the San Mateo Union High School District that allows junior and senior high school students to concurrently enroll in high school and community college courses. This program gives juniors and seniors the opportunity to finish their high school graduation credits, obtain college credit, and also have a college oriented experience as a high school student.
As autumn creeps into winter, the future is on many of our minds. Standardized testing and college applications abound. Stress permeates the atmosphere like an electricity, the voltage making one wonder if the freshmen can even remain unconcerned. With all this preparation for the future, it is only fair for us to evaluate what we want it to look like, and a huge part of that evaluation is what we…
The “Dear Colleague” letter addressing sexual assault on college and university campuses were repealed in effort to protect the due process rights of those accused.
What does it take to get into college through athletic admissions? The process may be a little more complicated than one might think!
On Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2017, the University of California passed a proposal to increase tuition by roughly 2.5 percent after a six-year tuition freeze.
With the implementation of the new College Football Playoffs, there has been almost as much controversy as there has been satisfaction.
The new Coalition Application could potentially compete with the ubiquitous Common Application in seniors’ college search.
How do long distance relationships between students in college and students at Aragon work?
The Aragon Outlook investigates the complex set of challenges first generation college-bound students face.