Learn more about the current process of applying to college (and seeking out financial aid), and what families can do to get through the process as successfully as possible.…
By Jennifer Bento-Pinyoun    |
Learn the difference between the SAT and ACT, which test to take, and how test re-takes work. …
By Lindsay Rosenman    |
Tips include researching institutions policies, considering if a school is transfer friendly, being self-aware, and giving yourself options. …
By Alexandra Hurd    |
Get tips to support students no matter where they get accepted to college. …
By Jennifer Legg Gabel    |
Tips are focused on the college list, the timeline, an organizational tool, the essay, and letters of recommendation, …
By Lisa Rooney    |
Tips include creating an application strategy, getting organized, reviewing the Common Application and essay topics, completing high school-based processing procedures, and connecting with your colleges' regional representatives…
By Alicia Linsey    |
The college essay is an important component of the college application process. Most colleges require at least one essay from applicants, and several schools require two or three.…
By Meredith Clement, Jodi Then    |
Types include The Common Application, The Universal Application, Individual College Applications, The Coalition for Access, Affordability, and Success Application, and A Shared Application for a System of Colleges. …
By Nicole Kelman    |
Learn why it might be in your best interest to not take advantage of the free score report option and how you have the potential to be awarded much more in scholarships if you only send colleges your best scores.…
By Lauren Patten    |
Learn all about ways to make the most of college fairs and campus visits, and gain some valuable guidance to keep in mind as you begin your college search.…
By Lisa Rooney    |