Latest Posts in College Applications

  • Interactive Site For College Planning –

    Preparing for college can be an uncertain time for students and parents. Concerns about college costs rank high in priority during this time. In an effort to help American families reach their college savings and planning goals, Private College 529 Plan—a prepaid college tuition plan owned and operated by more […]

  • Advice From Admissions: Student Checklist –

    Is there a checklist that students should follow before even beginning their degree search? Selecting a school is an important decision and one that is not to be taken lightly, as the school you choose will significantly affect your path in life. Be sure to prioritize what’s important to you […]

  • Student Loans: Factors To Consider –

    Take Charge America, a non-profit credit counseling agency, understands the significance and impact of the student debt dilemma. “Many young adults don’t realize the long-term financial impact that student loans can have until it’s too late,” said Mike Sullivan, director of education for Take Charge America. “A careful evaluation of […]

  • Alumni Options Featured in College Rankings –

    One college rankings system has decided to consider an overlooked opinion in factoring top schools: the opinion of the school’s alumni. The Alumni Factor is a new college rankings system platform designed to evaluate colleges while factoring in assessments of their graduates. Available in print and online, Alumni Factor lists […]

  • Online Feature Boosts LA Students’ Success –

    Recently, a website created to help Louisiana students research colleges and plan for future careers received a new feature. Louisiana Connect is the product of a partnership between ConnectEDU and the Louisiana Office of Student Financial Assistance. The statewide college and career access web portal launched last summer. The new […]

  • Site Helps Teens Map Out College Application Process

    Susanna Cerasuolo has worked with teens for 20 years – as an English and journalism teacher and most recently, as a guidance counselor. She also volunteers for the Boys and Girls Club. But when club leaders began asking her for a guide they could give kids that would walk them […]