Student Loan Rates Dropping

This graduation season, Seniors are not the only ones getting gifts! Interest rates for all three student loans operated by the Federal government will drop to the lowest they’ve been in a decade thanks to the Treasury Department’s recent auction of 10 – year...

Choose Colleges that your Family Can Afford

A report by published by the Gates Foundation highlights the importance of choosing an affordable path to complete college. Stretch schools are not just schools that are difficult to get into – Stretch schools are also those that may be difficult to afford.   We...

Can a College Revoke My Student’s Admission?

The long admission process is over.  The SAT or ACT test is done, the college visits are over, the admission essay is written, the applications are sent.  Even the long wait is over.  Your student has his acceptance letter in hand and can finally breathe a sigh of...
College Admission Rates – A New Discussion

College Admission Rates – A New Discussion

Today’s column by Frank Bruni in the New York Times should make all college bound families pause and think.  Just consider the opening statement “Cementing its standing as the most selective institution of higher education in the country, Stanford...

What Parents Should Know About AP Classes

If you have a high school student, you may be wondering whether your student should be taking Advanced Placement, or AP courses. Advanced Placement, or AP, courses allow students to participate in college level classes as part of their high school curriculum. Most...

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