Are you currently on the wait list at your favorite college? There are few things you can do to increase your chances of receiving a favorable answer.
Are you trying to make your final decision on where you will attend college? Is financial aid a factor? Read about questions you should consider if financial aid is playing a role in your final college decision.
So you were not admitted to your first choice college. What do you do now?
You have received your college application decision and you have been placed on the wait list. What does this mean and what should you do to follow up with the college?
Did you receive your PSAT scores? What do they mean? This blog post will debunk four common myths about the PSAT and you can learn how to take full advantage of the information provided with your score.
Which majors are considered the most demanding? A new survey provides some interesting insights into the demands of seven popular college majors.
What do college ranking mean? Katherine Price provides insights into Kiplinger’s recent publication of Best Values in Public Education. What will be valuable to you in your college experience?
Spring break is an ideal time to plan college visits. What colleges should you visit? What should you do while you are there? Read our top six tips to help families plan spring break college visits.
You are not admitted or denied admission to your favorite college. You were deferred. What now?
Do you regret that picture your friend took at a party a few months back? Are you sorry that you posted that negative comment about one of your teachers? If you are a high school senior, now is the time to clean up your on-line profile.