College Tour Road Trips

By visiting different colleges, your child will be able to see what he likes and doesn't like and may be able to rule out some colleges that are farther away. When you have a tentative itinerary, you and your child can begin calling colleges to schedule the visits. Plan your visits with places to stay and eat in mind. Here are some guides to follow.

The “C” Word!

A high school senior identifies the problems and suggests solutions for the stress associated with the college process.

Freshman 15: Fact or Fiction?

Are all freshman destined to weight gain? Read on for the causes of weight gain and prevention tips.

College Care-Packages: Food, Snacks, Treats

We worry about our kids when there not too far from home. Heck! We worry about them when they’re in the home! So when our kid(s) take flight for college, despite the fact that they may look like an adult, they’re still our baby. Hopefully, you’re not too old to remember that warm-and-fuzzy feeling when receiving a care-package from home. […]

Top 7 Things I Wish I Knew Before Applying to College

Whether you are a stressed-out student preparing to apply to college or the concerned parent of said stressed-out student, these 7 tips should ease some of your worries and provide guidance through the process.

As College App Deadlines Loom, Here Are 5 Common Mistakes to Avoid

Make sure an easily identifiable mistake doesn’t cost you an acceptance letter

Top Most Expensive Colleges Worth Every Penny

Did your school make the list?

College Admission Advice

College admission counselors share their insights into the application process.

Fitness on a Student Budget

Avoid the Freshman 15 with these cost-saving tips for fitness on a College student budget.

Freshman 15: Fact or Fiction?

What is the "Freshman 15" and are all college newbies destined to this fate?


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