Another ‘Devastating’ FAFSA Delay

January 31, 2024 Another ‘Devastating’ FAFSA Delay ARTICLE FROM INSIDE HIGHER EDUCATION Colleges will not receive applicants’ federal aid information until March. They may be forced to push back commitment deadlines, and the delay could discourage low-income students...
How Many AP Classes Should My Student Take?

How Many AP Classes Should My Student Take?

If you don’t want to read to the end, here is the answer: Look into what your high school offers. Talk to your counselor about your classes’ rigor and school-life balance. Take the classes you are interested in rather than simply adding APs to your...
Ways to Finance Your Education

Ways to Finance Your Education

Ways to Finance Your Education:  How do you get money for college?  The most money you will ever get toward the cost of your education is from the institution itself. Securing Merit aid stands out as the most effective strategy to reduce the overall cost. To explore...

You Got Deferred…Now What?

You Got Deferred…Now What? You worked hard over the Summer. You rocked your supplemental essays. You applied early to the schools on your list. And then the news; you got deferred from your dream school. What? You had super high scores! Your mom went to that...

Deferred…

Your college application finds itself in the realm of uncertainty—deferred. The initial wave of early admissions has unfolded, and while some celebrate acceptance and others confront rejection, you linger in a state of limbo. It’s a peculiar space in college...