Are scholarships only for outstanding students and stellar athletes? Definitely not!
If you’re the parent of a college-bound student, you know well all that goes into the college admissions process. From taking the SAT or ACT to the researching of colleges, there’s a lot to do in a relatively short amount of time. But what about the application essay? “If the college to which your teen is applying requires or strongly recommends that he or she write an essay, there are a number of things your teen can do to put his or her best foot forward,” says Eileen Huntington of Huntington Learning Center. Here are five tips:
The start of a new fall semester takes on a different meaning for parents with college-bound students.
Choosing a college is one of the most important decisions of your teen's life and unsurprisingly, it can be overwhelming for both teens and their parents.
If your son or daughter is hoping to attend a selective college or university, a high GPA will only go so far. Here are some tips for standing out in the crowd: