When should you talk to your kids about student debt? As soon as possible. Don’t wait until they are about to graduate. Some debt is good. Some debt amounts to an anvil around a young person’s neck.
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.
If you’re thinking about attending college in Colorado, you may be curious about which colleges produced graduates with the highest starting salaries. A recent report by the Colorado Department of Higher Education collected this type of data.
Wondering how much you’ll make if you attend one college versus another? How do you get that information? Read this blog post to find out.
Concerned about graduating from college with student loan debt? How much you owe can depend on what you study.
Student loans can help you pay for college. But too many student loans can ruin your life. An article today in the New York Times reports that student loans have now outstripped credit card debt in the US, and that the amount of loans will surpass $1 trillion next year. That’s a lot of debt. […]
Warning! Nearly half of all students who start college next fall will not graduate. Don’t let yourself become a statistic.
How do we know what college is best? What are the objective indicators of educational quality. Zac Bissonnette reminds us that there is no objectivity in this business.
Zac Bissonnette continues his guest post on our blog by talking about the dangers of thinking of college of an “investment,” and on the perceived perils of choosing the right major.
Not enough college counselors talk frankly about financial aid. We do. And Zac Bissonnette is helping us do it.