Parents often experience the same mix of excitement and anxiety as their children do when it comes to starting college. By attending the freshman orientation with your student, you can get the information you need to feel confident about your child's future. Here's how to prepare.
You are about to start one of the biggest journeys in your life, and it all begins with your freshmen orientation. If you aren't sure what to expect, check out this student guide.
A full ride scholarship reduces the cost of getting a degree, but there are more expenses that aren't included. Here's what you need to know about these costs.
The FAFSA deadline is drawing near. If your child hasn't finished theirs, now is the time. And here's why.
While $500 may not seem like much, it sure was a surprise to this father. Learn exactly what his daughter did to secure that free money.
Finding local scholarships requires some research, but the rewards make it well worth the effort. If you want to help your child track down some extra cash, here are some great places to start.
The best way to know your child is choosing the right college depends on numerous factors. So, before you let the confusion surrounding the topic overwhelm you, here are some tips to make the whole decision more manageable.
With spring break here, students have some extra time on their hands. While we certainly believe in R&R, it is also a great time to knock out some applications. Here are 25 scholarships to apply to by the end of April.
College is expensive, even if your child does well in the scholarship arena. Learn how to save money in college with our list of 75 easy ways to save.
The semester is almost half-way over. Are you worried about your child's grades? Believe it or not, students have plenty of time to bring them up, especially with a few of the ideas below. So, before your student assumes there is nothing they can do, here are a few tips on how to improve grades last minute.