The Top Summer Programs for High School Students

If you want to get a jumpstart on your college experience, there are plenty of programs offered by universities during the summer for high school students who are trying to make a name for themselves early in the process. Here are some of the top summer programs. Cornell University’s Summer College Some Cornell University summer […]

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College Funding Options for Families

According to a study that was published in March 2014, 71% of four-year college graduates had debt due to student loans. Some of that is on top of loans that parents took out, perhaps even remortgaging the family home. Is there a better way for your family to fund college? Here are a few tips. […]

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How to Respond When Your Parent’s Questions About College Get Under Your Skin

College planning can be a tough enough experience for a teen without having to field a ton of questions from dad, mom, and every other adult in existence. We’re going to look at a few ways you can respond when your parents and others are getting under your skin while still being respectful. Which Colleges […]

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Three Major Differences Between Federal and Private Student Loans

Funding college can be tricky, and loans are often a part of the deal. With so many Americans stuck under the burden of debt from college loans, you are wise to gather more information before jumping into anything. We’re about to look at three of the biggest differences between applying for a student loan through […]

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