Disciplinary issues in the past will be something colleges will want to know about when you are applying for admission. Here are four tips on handling disciplinary questions in college admission.
Graduating in four years is not always easy or possible. However, it is possible to graduate on time or even early if you push yourself. Brook Chaplan gives us some tips on how to fit more credits into your schedule.
Visiting colleges is a must when researching colleges. However, the traditional college visit may not show you everything the college has to offer. An overnight visit has many benefits that can truly introduce you to life as a student at the college.
Visiting colleges is important when researching colleges. However, should you attend an open house or schedule an individual visit? I share the advantages and disadvantages of attending a college open house.
Choosing a college major does not come easy to everyone. Sometimes students have no idea what they want to study, while others have many interests. Kara Masterson gives us a few interesting subjects to explore.
College visits allow you to test out a college before attending. Make sure you’re doing more than just the official tour to get the most out of the college visit. I have 13 tips to help you get a real real for the college during your visit.
Early Action, Early Decision, Regular Decision, Rolling Admission? What college admission option is best for you? I define the different options and share some things to think about before making your decision.
Paying for college is one of the most common concerns I hear about from students and parents. The people at CommunityTax have put together a great infographic highlighting the most popular college savings options, as well as comparisons for the current available tax credits and deductions.
The “Why Us?” essay is your opportunity to show the admissions committee why you are interested in the college. Make sure the college knows how interested you are by sending in a great “Why Us” essay.
College fairs are a great way to learn about colleges. They are also a great way to make an impression on college representatives. Unfortunately, many students makes bad impressions. Here are some things not to do at college fairs.
College fairs are a great way to learn more about colleges. With so much information easily accessible on the college websites, here are some questions you may want to ask representatives when attending college fairs.
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Research is key when finding your best-fit school. Here are some resources for students and their families to use as they research colleges and information about the college admissions process.