Should I Go To College After High School?

A lot of high school students and their parents view college as the natural progression after high school… but before you rush off to fill out those college applications, now might be a good time to figure out if a 4-year college is right for you, and really ask yourself, “should I go to college after high school?” As I mentioned ...

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Paying For College: 6 Financial Aid Myths

Paying for college is challenging and the financial aid process can be confusing for high school students and their parents. Below are 6 Financial Aid Myths that you should be cautious of as you navigate the financial aid process. Myth #1 – My Parent’s Make Too Much Money, So I Won’t Get Financial Aid Before you make the assumption that you...

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When To Apply For College

Applying to college is an exciting process, but you need to make sure that you know all of the college application deadlines. Finding out when to apply for college is a very important step in the college admissions process and has a lot of influence on which college you actually choose to attend. Below I will explain the differences between Early D...

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How To Apply To College

So you want to know how to apply to college, right? While the college application and admission process can be challenging, I believe every student can go to college. With the help of teachers, guidance counselors, parents and friends, the college application process won’t be as bad as you might have thought. All you need to do is follow thes...

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College Weight Gain: Avoiding The ‘Freshman 15’

We’ve all heard of it, the dreaded ‘freshman 15’ that supposedly every freshman is bound to put on during their first year at college. Being in a new environment, an increased stress level, and the freedom to eat whatever and however you want can all trigger this college weight gain. One of the most important things you can do is maintain a ...

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Dress To Impress…What Guys Should Pack For College

A generic T-shirt and baseball cap might have worked at high school social events where you already knew everyone in attendance, but when you get to college, that just won’t cut it. Every year, as fraternity rush parties begin and new freshmen come looking for a good time, most fraternity members wonder how they’re going to get a qualit...

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5 Money Saving Strategies For College Freshmen

After a few weeks of free parties in the first semester, reality kicked in. You realized that, for the rest of your college career, you need to actually pay if you want to continue having the same amount of fun. So you probably continued to spend too much money on food, as you had been doing during those free-party weeks, while spending additional ...

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Best Friends Don’t Make Good College Roommates

At first, living with your best friend from high school seems like a great idea. You already know you get along, so why play the roommate lottery and risk ending up with someone you don’t click with? However, a lot of problems can come with rooming with your best friend. You’ll miss out on new friendships College is the time to challenge yourse...

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