Cost, location and admissions are only some of the factors you should consider in making the decision of what type of college will suit you best.
When it comes to paying for college, public colleges often offer the most affordable tuition prices. Some states, however, offer better deals than others.
As a high school junior, you've got a lot going on - and even more ahead.
Whether your acceptance letters are from safety or reach schools, or somewhere in between, one thing remains certain: you have some very important decisions to make.
When determining whether to get your bachelor’s, associate, or both, a number of factors should be taken into consideration.
Great news! There’s admissions space, financial aid and housing still available at more than 300 public and private colleges.
Help calm down any anxiety your parents may be experiencing about you being in college.
try to take advantage of this vital period instead of being overcome with anxiety.
When it comes to the right number of applications to submit, is there a "perfect" number?
You've got 99 problems but tuition isn't one at these schools!
Take advantage of the winter to see what sort of temperatures you will likely battle, as well as how each campus defines the “winter blues.”
The key to a successful gap year is to begin your planning early.
While students should be certain they will attend the college or university before applying Early Decision if accepted, life often gets in the way.
You're in quite the conundrum. What should you do?
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!
Applying to college is a stressful experience, and one with a wealth of conflicting information.
Choosing a college or university is often a matter of exposure, luck and research.
How can you ensure your senior year is a positive experience? Complete this senior year bucket list!
Still unsure about your college plans? Don’t worry – it’s not too late to pursue attending a college this fall!
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