Congratulations, parents, your kids are going to college! This can be an exciting and stressful time. Between tuition payments, moving your child to school and worrying about their every move and expenditure, you have lots on your plate. You have probably been inundated with mailings and emails from the institution where your child will now … Continue reading What is tuition refund insurance?
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Do you speak English as a second language? Parlez-vous français? ¿Hablas español? Loquerisne Latine? Sprechen sie Deutsch? Languages are important to colleges and their admissions requirements. With most American high schools offering Spanish, French, Latin and sometimes even German or Mandarin, chances are that you have taken your fair share of language courses and have … Continue reading Foreign language requirements for college admissions
Applying to college is an incredible experience. It is simultaneously fun and extremely stressful, inspiring and difficult. With many high school students today apply to more than nine colleges, much time is painstakingly put into the application process. While you should certainly spend this time, the Common Application is designed to alleviate some of the … Continue reading What is the Common Application?
Some people say that it is never too early to get started preparing for college. It is, however, extremely difficult to begin thinking about college when you are still five or more years away! While there are plenty of overzealous parents trying to steer their children to Harvard and beyond, it is a good idea … Continue reading College prep for middle schoolers
College is expensive – there’s no way around it. Most students knows how to pinch a few pennies, and while the Ramen noodle and all-you-can-eat dining hall diet can help in the short term, students are looking for ways to lessen their loan burden. Here are three financial aid tips to do so. First off, … Continue reading Three Financial Aid Tips