It's hard to imagine a better resource for inside tips about the college application process than the people who work in the admissions office. This article from the New York Times offers some practical advice about transcripts, extracurricular activities, essays, and more.
When students are confident in their test-taking abilities, they study more effectively, get higher test scores, and retain more information. These resources provide solutions to common test prep and test-taking problems.
In this insightful piece from Time magazine, students and parents can read a great selection of tips on finding and winning college scholarships. A few hours applying for scholarships can spare you the emotional and financial burden of paying off student loan debt for years - or even decades.
Explore the many benefits of Advanced Placement courses, learn about AP exams, and get tips on how to discuss the AP program with your child.PDF Document |520 KB
How can a Direct PLUS Loan help pay for college? What is the interest rate? Do I qualify? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this handy document from the U.S. Department of Education.PDF Document |5.1 MB