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Blog: FREE College Planning Workshops

By Jim Donovan: The process of planning and paying for college can certainly put a strain on your wallet. It can also put a strain on your family relationships. 297 more words


Parent alert: Millions start college but don’t finish (Examiner)

Over the past two decades, more than 31 million students started college but failed to graduate according to Signature Report 7 from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center in conjunction with the University of Indiana’s Project on Academic Success.

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Early Awareness Resources for College

The Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority provides a helpful resource for college planning. Check out MEFA’s Early College Planning Booklet below for tips on how to best prepare for college both academically and financially! 7 more words

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College Power Bulletin

Just sharing an informative article related to college planning entitled CollegePowerBulletin!

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Virtual College Fair Opportunity

Virtual College Fair Opportunity on Thursday October 23, 2014! Check it out and learn about colleges, chat with current college students, get advise from admissions representatives, learn about financial aid options, and enter to win a scholarship! 10 more words

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College Planning for Divorced Parents

College Planning for Divorced Parents

Divorce is usually painful for all parties, and is often hard on kids. All types of issues surface and often take years to resolve. 652 more words
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advice for Christians in college

Recently I had the opportunity to speak at Welch College. I began each message with a very simple mission statement:

My purpose these next few days is simple.
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