Research institution and school collaborations can benefit students, but details may be hard to find, U.S. News reports. As acceptance letters roll in, college applicants may be tempted to focus on the light at the end of the ivory tunnel, but whittling a short list of schools down can be dizzying. Prospective students must consider location, cost, academic reputation, campus culture, and countless other factors. And, according to admissions consultants and students, there’s another part of the college experience that may not even be on applicants’ radars: schools’ partnerships with cultural and research institutions and for-profit companies…

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