Time is such an ambiguous thing. At some times in life, it seems to go too slow (e.g., chemistry class). At other times it goes too fast (e.g., hanging out with ...
January is the start of a New Year and a new semester. Which means, you have the unique advantage of a fresh start in more than one way! How cool is that?
How much time do you spend studying? It may depend on your major, according to a recent report.
Find out what you need to know before you go to college.
Vow to stay organized and on top of everything you need to do so that you can do the things you want to do.
There are no if’s and’s or but’s about it – college is downright expensive!
If there’s a question you have that’s not on the list – make sure you ask it!
Learn everything you need to know about college fairs!
If you want more out of a campus tour, it’s up to you!
Check out these five ways to narrow down your list of colleges.
This year, take the time at the beginning of each month to evaluate what you can do to continue your focus on the college admissions process.
Which school ranked top in your state?
Students attending one of these schools on the list can expect to pay more than a quarter of a million dollars for a four-year degree when tuition increases are taken into account!
Utilize the summer between your junior and senior year in high school to prepare for your college search and the college admissions process.
Rising seniors, here's an action plan you can focus on in May.
Visiting LA for vacation? Consider stopping by UCLA's campus.
The college you’re considering offers your major, a variety of extracurricular activities and the ideal social mix. You’ve done your research and checked out the school’s location, class size, teacher/student ratio ...
Still unsure about your college plans? Don’t worry – it’s not too late to pursue attending a college this fall!
You need to focus more than ever before on your studies, which classes you choose to take and how much you devote to preparing for standardized testing and college research outside the classroom.
When it comes to the college admissions process, what you haven't heard may be what's most important.