Humor: Mid-Term & Thanksgiving Comic

Humor: Mid-Term & Thanksgiving Comic

The fourth comic in the College Parents of America Humor series is online–just in time for Thanksgiving! This comic, a collaboration between College Parents of America and Hector Curriel, discusses a common bit of news that parents are thankful for this time of...
Students and Families Pay More Out of Pocket as Grant Aid Fails to Keep Up with Moderate Increases in Tuition and Fees

Students and Families Pay More Out of Pocket as Grant Aid Fails to Keep Up with Moderate Increases in Tuition and Fees

Occasionally a news report is so strong that we agree to publish it in its entirety.  The work by the College Board is one such report so please consider the data carefully.  All college parents and families will benefit from the insights from the annual Trends in...
Humor –  College Laundry

Humor – College Laundry

The fifth comic in the College Parents of America Humor series is now online. This comic, a collaboration between College Parents of America and Hector Curriel, discusses something that college students don’t particularly enjoy and, if most students are like we...
Need to Know Topic: College Drinking

Need to Know Topic: College Drinking

The first six weeks of college are dangerous territory for new freshmen.  Today we want to bring attention to a need to know subject for college parents that speaks to what we know about college drinking. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and...
Humor – Student Gym vs. Parent Gym

Humor – Student Gym vs. Parent Gym

The eighth comic in the College Parents of America Humor series is now available on Collegeparents.org. This comic, a co-creation of College Parents of America and Hector Curriel, is particularly timely for students and parents with a New Year resolution to lose...
Guest Contributor Guidelines

Guest Contributor Guidelines

Since 1997, College Parents of America has aimed to promote greater student success as measured by increased attainment of post-secondary education, and particularly greater college completion.  Over the past 20 years, our editors have most often been a combination of...

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