Is Early Action right for you? November is the month when most Early Action applications are due.
Over the past several years, the high cost of college and increased levels of debt to pay for it have inspired many to wonder whether a degree is really worth the financial burden.
Take a Look at Still-Available Scholarships with Summer Deadlines.
The College Doctor and Lisa Zimmer Hatch, veteran test prep instructor and author of ACT For Dummies, 5th Edition, will offer Prepping for the ACT, small group instruction on all ACT test sections that will ease your concerns and boost your confidence as you head into the big test.
You’ve probably heard about the struggle in congress to reach an agreement over funding subsidized Stafford loans, or fixed-rate loans, for undergraduate and graduate students attending college at least half of the time. Currently, the interest rate on Stafford loans
Do you need a college resume? What to include, should you choose to create one.
You’ve landed on the waitlist. Now what?
It’s not just admissions counselors looking at your social media….scholarship providers reveal that they, too, use it as a screening method.
Common FAFSA Errors, and How to Avoid Them
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