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High School Sophomores, Juniors and Parents here is what happened last week during #CollegeCash. If your student is wondering how to choose high school classes and activities, create a realistic college list, get the most out of a campus visit, or maintain a positive and...

For most high school seniors, the late winter/early spring days could feel like a bit of a slowdown from all the hectic activities of the fall and early winter. Way back then it seemed like there would never be enough time to complete the FAFSA,...

“March Madness” is heating up in more ways than one. There is the NCAA basketball tournament which just named the college teams that have made it to the “big dance.” But there is also the madness of high school juniors who are beginning their search...

As a smart high school junior, you have probably already scheduled some campus visits to your top-choice college possibilities. This can be a very exciting time as you get your first up-close and personal interactions with some of your dream schools. You want to meet...

When it comes to choosing where to go to college, a lot of factors come into play. For most, none is more influential than affordability. From determining EFC to financial aid eligibility to how much a student can realistically pay back after college, the process can...

As a high school junior are you looking at some seniors who are still scrambling to apply to college for the upcoming fall semester? Although it is certainly possible to apply this late in the year, it has a lot of drawbacks. You might not...