If you have friends who have already sent kids to college, you probably have heard stories about failure along with the ones on success. Failure isn’t always indicative of talent or desire; it can be caused by simple mistakes
October is a busy time for high school students. Seniors are working on college application essays, Juniors and Sophomores are preparing for PSAT and attending college fairs and Freshman are learning to juggle academics and extracurricular activities.
One of the important challenges young adults face when attending college is choosing a major area of study. A lot of time and money is invested in a college education, and the field of study chosen is usually indicative
With so many graduates starting to leave behind their high school life for the college dream, June seems like a great time to discuss how to have a successful freshman year!
This month’s newsletter topics include:
With so many graduates starting to leave behind their high school life for the college dream, June seems like a great time to discuss how to savor the journey!
This month’s newsletter also talks about finding that special college experience,
Comparing College Programs
The popularity of many colleges and universities comes from the programs that they offer. Some schools are known for engineering, information technology, or art. Students who know what fields interest them may choose an institution based