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Advice for first-generation students applying to college this fall

Applying to college can make anyone’s head spin. And if you’re the first person in your family to ever try it, the application process can be completely overwhelming. 664 more words


College Planning for Divorced Parents Part 2

College Planning for Divorced Parents Part 2


Last week, we talked about students with Divorced parents going to schools that use the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) 574 more words
College Prep

Great News! According to Moody's, Prospective College Students Are Becoming Savvier

Moody’s Investor Service today released some new findings about the condition of higher education. The comment is entitled Rising Student Applications Complicate College Enrollment Projections and Budgeting. 647 more words

Cost Of Colleges

UP!--for You or Someone You Know--COLLEGE APPLICATIONS made EASIER!

OK, so “College Applications” is not exactly a “writerly” subject unless, of course, you’re going to major in Journalism or English Literature ;) 241 more words

Writer Side Up

15 Important Considerations In Choosing a College

I thought it might be a good time to summarize, in one post, many of the perspectives I’ve shared in the past concerning choosing a college. 894 more words

Quality Of Colleges

If you want to attend a college in the state of California you have many excellent academic institutions to choose from, both private and public, research universities and liberal arts colleges. 911 more words


Start Where You Are

School’s back in session, so you know what that means: deadlines! You’ve got tests to study for, papers to write, projects to organize. And on top of it all, your college applications. 505 more words

Choosing A College