Building a College Funding Plan that Works for All Your Kids

Planning to fund college for one child can be a daunting task, but when you have multiple kids, it can seem monumental. We’re going to give you a few tips for ways to save for college when you have to think about all of your children. Education Savings Account (ESA) – This is a savings […]

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How to Research and Select a College Major

Choosing a college major is a life-changing decision. You are going to spend a lot of money becoming educated in your chosen field, so you will need to find a good job to make it worthwhile. Here are a few tips for researching and selecting a college major that won’t leave you with regrets after […]

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Parents: Start Building Your College Funding Plan Now

Are your kids entering high school? It’s never too late to start planning to fund college expenses. Are your kids still little? It’s never too early to start either with the high cost of tuition continuing to rise. Here are a few reasons to start building your college funding plan now. Over a 10-year period, […]

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Strategically Selected High School Courses to Impress Admissions Officers

You have many options when it comes to taking classes in high school. How can you choose your courses strategically so that you have a competitive edge when it comes to applying for college? Here are a few quick tips. Select the right college prep courses – If you know your intended major, definitely choose […]

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Career Research Tips for High School Students

Are you tired of people still asking you what you want to be when you grow up, as if you’re not just a year or two away from graduating high school? The other reason you may dread the question is that you honestly don’t have an answer. That’s what we’re going to help you with […]

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What to Do if Your College Closes

Are you currently going to a college that is closing its doors? Since many colleges and universities are privately run, there is always this risk, especially when it comes to lesser-known schools. What can you do to get your education back on track and deal with loans you may have amassed during your time at […]

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University of Oklahoma Scandal Shakes Up College Rankings

It’s not just wealthy parents trying to rig the system for their kids. Major universities may also fall prey to trying to gain a competitive edge through unsavory means. This latest college scandal shakes up the U.S. News & World Report college rankings, which many students and parents use when choosing a school. Here is […]

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University of California Waitlist FAQ

Since just about all of the UC (University of California) campuses use a waitlist process for managing enrollment and transfers (Merced is the one exception), there are a few things that UC students need to know. Here is a quick FAQ: Is there still time to accept my waitlist invitation for this fall? No, unfortunately, […]

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Student Profile Tips for College Hopefuls

A robust student profile is a great way to show universities that you are more than just a good test taker. Here are a few ways to give your student profile a boost, so you can have a competitive advantage when it becomes the time to submit your college admissions applications. Take advanced placement classes […]

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Standardized Tests That College Hopefuls Need to Take

You may dread taking standardized tests, but it is something that simply needs to be done if you hope to further your education after high school. Here are the three types of standardized tests you need to know about, each of which has its own unique benefits when it comes to applying for college. The […]

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