Provide concrete evidence to illustrate your position.
(500 words) Please select one topic for your Social Issues essay.
Then use your sense of humor, sense of outrage, sense of injustice—or just plain good sense—to explain why the story engages your attention.
(500 words) Option 2: If someone gave you a $50 million grant, how would you use it to make New York City a better place?
Why are you drawn to the area(s) of study you indicated earlier in this application? Considering your understanding of both academic programs, describe how and why the specific combination of the art/design-focused curriculum of RISD and the wide-ranging courses and curricula of Brown could constitute an optimal undergraduate education for you.
(You may share with us a skill or concept that you found challenging and rewarding to learn, or any experiences beyond course work that may have broadened your interest.) (250 word limit) Committing to a future career as a physician while in high school requires careful consideration and self-reflection. (650 word limit) Please select one topic for your Personal Reflection essay.
Boston College strives to provide an undergraduate learning experience emphasizing the liberal arts, quality teaching, personal formation, and engagement of critical issues.
If you had the opportunity to create your own college course, what enduring question or contemporary problem would you address and why?
Think: Spend a few minutes thinking about the college journey you will soon be embarking on.
Write: In the space below, please tell us how ACU's focus on academics and faith fits your expectations of your college experience. Share with us the moments or experiences that have led you to apply to Babson College.