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Category Archives: College selection
Planning for college is an exciting yet stressful experience, especially when it comes to making that big decision: Where will you attend school? Fear not! The college decision is nothing to worry about, but there are a few important things … Continue reading
Picture it: You’ve applied to the school of your dreams. You’ve written an entrance essay and presented them with a list of your transcripts and accomplishments. Then, a few months later, you receive an envelope from your dream school informing … Continue reading
When faced with the choice to go far away to school, or stick closer to home, which would you choose? My stepdaughter was recently faced with this question when she got into two different grad schools. One school was two… Continue reading
Last week Alysa commented on my “Realistic resolutions” post, discussing the return on investment on college educations: Education is the number one priority of everyone. Everyone aims to get a degree because that will definitely helps everyone to earn extra… Continue reading
Hey college freshmen, how are you doing? Now that you’ve been at school a couple of months, are you settling in? Finding your way? Freshman year can be tough, no doubt about it. A few short months ago, you were… Continue reading
In recent weeks, several colleges have followed Harvard University’s lead in reducing tuition costs for families below certain income levels. Student loans are being replaced with increased grants — most of these funded by the schools’ endowments . Just yesterday, Yale… Continue reading