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Founded in , Hillsdale Beauty College. is a college. Located in Michigan, which is a city setting in Michigan, the campus itself is Town. The campus is home to 32 full time undergraduate students, and 0 full time graduate students.
The Hillsdale Beauty College Academic calendar runs on a Continuous basis. In the school year the student to faculty ratio was 8:1. There are full time instructional teachers. Degrees awarded at Hillsdale Beauty College include: Bachelor's Degree, Masters Degree, Post-master's certificate, Doctor's degree.
Admissions at are considered , with ,0% of all applicants being admitted.
In the school year, of the students who applied to the school, only of those who were admitted eventually ended up enrolling.
0% of incoming freshmen are in the top half of their high school class. 0% were in the top quarter, and 0% were in the top tenth. You can apply online.
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The fall 2020 acceptance rate for Hillsdale Beauty College is 100%. That means, out of _____ applications received in 2020 , _____ students were offered admission. The number of males who applied was _____ vs the number of females which was _____.
If I could visit myself as a high school senior, I would tell myself to be fearless as I moved on to college. It took me a long time to feel comfortable so far from home, and I squandered a lot of opportunities to become more involved on campus. I could explain firsthand how lonely it is when you do nothing and meet no one. I would tell myself to try out for the play, to take swing dancing lessons, to join student government, and to start saying “yes” where I would normally say “no”. I know the transition into college life can be difficult, but why not make the most of it? I should be involved in the things I love to do, so I can meet people with the same interests and passions. Those people will become my life-long friends. I know I struggle with not knowing what to expect—with not being firmly in control of a situation—but I should not fight what I cannot change. After all, ‘you never know until you try’, and I might just end up surprising myself.
Actually, this isn't my school. My school is just "Hillsdale College". It wasn't a selection offered.
I'm sure I don't need to say again that about three-quarters of Hillsdale students are Conservative Republicans and Christians. They come from fairly wealthy families, hence the college's large endowment despite no federal aid. From what I've seen, they are definitely NOT snooty, though they are notoriously well-dressed!
Quite a few international students, though most of them are white, too. Compared to in the 70s when there were probably about a hundred blacks and a dozen Asians (I did some research), the campus is pretty homogeneous at this point in time, but it is purely coincidence. Race is definitely not a big factor here. Everyone can feel comfortable, and this is reinforced. The college was accepting blacks 20 years before slavery was abolished, for crying out loud!
Here it is: Many students check into Hillsdale and, because they've never been made to fathom the concept of a college ruled by SERIOUS students (not just brainless jocks) and the ideals of our nation's Founders...well, Hillsdale is a very sad, lonely place for them. MAKE SURE you have done your research. This is no diploma mill. There are big things in store at Hillsdale, and it has no time to waste on the "average" student.
HOWEVER, I hope this is not an issue for you. To the shock of my colleagues and (most of) my family, I turned my back on the Ivy League to attend this institution. The college demands but two things: a love of all values good and American that Harvard, Yale, etc sell out for the almighty federal dollar......and a total willingness to learn these values and live them. Good luck.
Yes and no. There are quite a few former homeschooled students, more than your average student body. Also, despite having ditched the religious affiliation of its founders LONG ago, Hillsdale is swamped in Christian students due to, again, its strong Conservative leanings. But on the other hand, you will find no witch hunts on campus; there are still many Democrats and atheists (and even a couple gays) and everyone is fairly accepting of each other.
Hillsdale's education is 100% geared at learning for its own sake, and NOT job certification. This is no secret; it is even in the Mission Statement. The average class size is about 12 so you should be fairly involved in the discussion, and as enthusiastic as some of these kids are, you'll stick out like a sore thumb if you're not. Take that as you will. The professors, while incredibly smart, are always willing to chat (even over lunch!). In layman's terms, they keep it real.
The politics, econ, and history departments are strong. If you plan on those fields, prepare to someday rock the world (also in layman's terms).
Pretty decent. The Student Federation always has something fun planned. Greek is pretty big (about 40% of students). The party scene is small, but it's there. If you're not fond of the party scene, there are still jocks and frat boys who do the majority of the drinking and rough-housing (and many get themselves kicked out, thank God). If you are serious about this school (and you better be), you will usually be studying most nights and trying to catch up on sleep other nights.
If you REALLY need to escape campus, there are stores, restaurants, a movie theater, a bowling alley, etc not 2 miles away. No big deal.
1.) HOMESCHOOLERS 2.) Totally 100% clean-cut Conservative Republican and/or Christian. That's to be expected, since the college was founded on very patriotic principles of limited government, so of course it would appear to attract students of the same mindset.
Hillsdale is very politically-minded, with its famous sponsored speaking events, publications, and Washington/International internships. And there ARE a lot of each. This should be no one's back-up school; only come here if you are 100% devoted to some DEEP political/historical insight. Though the math and science departments are pretty good, a desire to get into politics or economics will carry you far; Hillsdale is virtually a pipeline to Washington D.C., and very popular among Conservative circles. If you're going to include Hillsdale College on your resume, though, you'd better hope it's not a Democrat reading it!
The administration is very helpful and nice. Dr. Arnn started in 2000 and very quickly helped the college get back on its feet after a pretty ugly incident here involving the past President. No one who commands your education is shy about discussing it with you. Get to know them.
The college, in my opinion, is a little too small in both student body and campus size, though this may be because I come from a small high school in a small town and was ready for a change. In contrast, if you hail from a HUGE high school, you might really appreciate the closeness experienced on campus.
Hillsdale, Michigan is about 10,000 people, but the town/townies are pretty indifferent about the college/students (must be the economy) unless there's a big event or guest speaker. It is not common to visit downtown which is a shame because Hillsdale, being the county seat, has some large and beautiful historic buildings. Classy storefronts and churches are not hard to find either. Take a walk around early in the year, because the rest of the time you'll most likely be too busy!
School pride...There are students who understand the significance of this place, and there are those that don't. I really can't say much more than that.
I can't really think of anything I didn't already know.
I do not attend Hillsdale Beauty College. I attend Hillsdale College, which, for some reason, was not an option for me to list as my school. However, the worst thing about my college is the weather. It is almost always cold, and either raining, snowing, or gloomily overcast for the majority of the school year.
Hillsdale College has a wonderful sense of community. It has a small student body, so everyone knows one another. There is always a small class size, so the teacher as time to help each student learn. I am from Los Angeles, so the most shocking and wonderful thing about the school for me is the respect which everyone gives and recieves. Holding doors open for others and saying "please" and "thank you" are second nature. You can even leave your backpack or laptop somewhere, and return to find it untouched.
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92% of students
attending Hillsdale Beauty College receive some sort of financial aid.
92% were awarded federal grants.
While 83% received federal loans.
Many students do also need to apply for additional private student loans.
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