Assessing Campus Security

Assessing Campus Security

While your child may be eager to visit colleges to check out the dorms, the study and athletic facilities, the food and the social atmosphere, what shouldn’t be overlooked is the level of security provided on campus. Most high school students would not rate this...
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...

Call for Greater Transparency by New York Times

We are frequent advocates of better consumer information for students and their families.  As a result we were pleased to read today’s article by fellow parent and New York Times columnist Ron Lieber.  His article Concealing the Calculus of Higher Education is a...

Eight Myths about Financial Aid

There is some common misunderstanding about financial aid for college bound families. The infographic below illustrates 8 of the most common myths surrounding the world of financial aid.  For more information regarding scholarships and financial aid, please click...

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