Don’t catch senioritis your final year of high school! These tips will help you stay the course so you can start your college experience without a hitch.
It’s a battle (almost) as old as time itself- how do you stay motivated when senioritis is nipping at your heels?
Evaluating and comparing college costs can be confusing. Here are things to keep in mind while reviewing your College Financial Aid Award Letter.
This is the only plan you’ll ever need for taking notes in class and studying for exams. It’s time tested and simple. You’ll be smiling ear to ear when you start to see the results, but you have to follow all of the rules for this to work.
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College on-campus activities are very important. One of the top reasons you should join an extracurricular: they look great on your resume!
You’ve done the campus tours. You’ve narrowed your list down to about ten potential schools. You’ve got some “reach” schools and some back up schools.
Now it’s time for the hard part: college applications.
So many schools, so little time! No need to worry. We’re here to help. Continue reading College Application Tips You Should Read Before You Apply
Whether you’re in your first year or your fourth year, college homesickness is going to hit you.
Your senior year of high school is a big one. Make the most of it by crossing these items off your bucket list.
There are a few critical items you absolutely must do to keep up with college and financial aid deadlines this summer.
Since the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is on a first-come first-served basis, and could mean free money, don’t procrastinate. Federal FAFSA online applications for the 2015-2016 school year must be submitted by June 30, 2016 with corrections or updates due by September 17, 2016. Continue reading College and Financial Aid Recap: What You Need to Do This Summer