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College selection is an enormous decision. Emotions, aspirations and finances collide. Knowing where to look for college financing—based on your student’s profile—will help make the process smoother.
Extracurricular activities can be a good way to set students apart when applying for college, and can even help them earn scholarship money. But what’s the right balance?
How can you best support your children while they’re learning from home? Check out our tips for setting your family up for success.
Online learning is currently the new normal thanks to the Coronavirus. Moving forward though, it will likely play a larger role in the options available to students and with that comes both pros and cons.
As an academic steppingstone or for further education, community colleges are a great option for students of all ages. Know the pros and cons before applying.
Traditional university education not the right fit? Career and technical education centers prepare individuals for jobs that don’t necessarily require an advanced degree.
Regardless of planning, paying for college can be daunting for any family. Learn how the federal government can help your family pay for school.
When preparing your students for college, don’t forget to make use of state based aid. Knowing where to look for scholarships and merit-based money can help your family make ends meet before turning to borrowing.
Getting into college may be the easy part for your student, but did you ever think about making sure they stay in school? Here are some tips to make sure your college student will make it through to graduation.
It seems pretty obvious, but parents should teach their kids that getting good grades now pays off with more money and options for college.
Choosing a plan of study that appropriately prepares students for college means balancing a practical workload with the level of rigor colleges look for.
If you’ve exhausted all your options for grants and scholarships you’re likely going to be considering loans. Learn about the four kinds of student loans and which your family might be eligible for.
Helping middle schoolers develop strong study skills, self-advocacy tools, and extracurricular interests can help set them up for success later in their academic careers.
Taking a holistic approach to college selection may be more beneficial than pursuing the “best” name.
Touring a college campus can be overwhelming. But these questions can help you to make the most of your tours so you and your child can make the best possible choice.