The Rise of Test Optional Admissions – Although many colleges have considered candidates for admission without standardized test results for years, there has been a recent increase in the number and selectivity of colleges offering test optional admissions.
Managing Stress – School has always been high on the list of stressors for young people – exams, tests, deadlines, organization, time management, friends, and money. Here are some ideas to help you better manage your stress level.
Advice for New College Freshmen – One of the best parts of going off to college is the ability to create the “you” whom you want to be. Here are some suggestions to help you make a
Student Support Services on Campus – It’s likely that all students will have need of at least some of the support services available on campus. Check these out, paying special attention to those that may be important to
Waitlist Purgatory – The dreaded waitlist. You weren’t rejected, but you weren’t accepted either. What should you do now?
Majoring in Linguistics – With over 5,000 languages spoken around the world, businesses often are unable to communicate
The Meaning of Fit – Fit is frequently referred to when speaking with students about choosing the ‘right’ college, and many of those same students are puzzled about what is the ‘right’ fit. Here are some of the things
SAT vs ACT – Which Should You Take? – The redesign of the SAT in 2016 resulted in a test quite similar to the ACT. But how do they really compare and how can you determine which test
Planning for Summer in the Dead of Winter – use our early planning ideas to insure a summer that is fun, rewarding and constructive.
Focus on Majors: Gerontology – with a rapidly aging population creating a rising demand for
Majors, Minors and Concentrations – Your guide to understanding the meaning of these terms, how they differ, and how to make your choices work for you.
Majoring in Criminology – Criminology is the study of the attributes of crime,