It's easy for college-bound students to get caught up in the process of choosing a college: reading the guidebooks; visiting campuses; and listening to the opinions of your counselors, your friends, and your parents.
Women's colleges conjure a stereotype of uniforms, curfews, and never seeing someone with a Y chromosome for four years. If that's what you're expecting, then you really don't know what women's colleges are like.
by Joan Jaffe Associate Dean of Admissions, Mills College
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