Author Archives: Dana Fulton

College Interview 101

The basics: A college interview is a chance for you to meet a representative of the school and talk to them about how you may fit their institution. Although most admissions officers will be more interested in your grades, test … Continue reading

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The importance of career assessments

Discovering their path As students prepare for college, they face a range of decisions to make, including which career to pursue. With the number of majors to choose from growing and the options for potential careers changing faster than ever, … Continue reading

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Make a plan and stick to it – your guide to saving for college

When you’re planning to pay for college, budgeting is a great way to take some of the stress out of the process and fill in the gaps that loans and scholarships can leave behind. Look into payment plans If tuition … Continue reading

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Meet your guide on the road to college

There are a lot of things to consider as you prepare for college, so starting early can help make the whole process easier. Thankfully, you have a great resource for almost any question you might have as you start preparing … Continue reading

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FAFSA Essentials: What Every Student Needs to Know

For Seniors preparing to apply for federal financial aid or Juniors just beginning their college search, the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is one form nearly every college bound student will encounter. Completing the application may require tracking … Continue reading

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Parents’ discussion guide: Questions to ask your student’s academic advisor

Help to set your teen up for success by starting an ongoing conversation with their school counselor or academic advisor. If you’re speaking with a school counselor for the first time, you might be a little unsure of what to … Continue reading

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Financial Aid Made Easy: Help Your High Schooler Master the FAFSA

The big day is approaching: this fall college classes will begin, new friends will be made, and students across the country will embark on their biggest journey yet. But before they start, there’s still a lot to do. And one … Continue reading

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Ten tips and tricks to help you study for the SAT and ACT

Practice makes perfect Whether you’re taking the SAT or ACT, practice tests are the best way to prepare for the real thing. Get familiar with test structure, time allotment, and the type of content you’ll face. The familiarity will also … Continue reading

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Ready, Set, Submit: Get your FAFSA in Fast

The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is one of the most important documents you’ll fill out as you begin your college journey. But just because it’s important doesn’t mean it should be intimidating or difficult. Here are some … Continue reading

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FAFSA Essentials: What Every Student Needs to Know

For Seniors preparing to apply for federal financial aid or Juniors just beginning their college search, the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is one form nearly every college bound student will encounter. Completing the application may require tracking … Continue reading

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