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Highlights of the June 7, 2018 Newsletter

Highlights of the May 31, 2018 Newsletter
Mythical Golden Tickets and the Ivy League

Highlights of the May 24, 2018 Newsletter
What 'Demonstrated Interest' Means in College Admissions
Ask These Questions Before Starting Your College Search

Highlights of the May 17, 2018 Newsletter  
How to Pay for College without Taking Out Parent PLUS Loans
How to Craft the Perfect College Application List (for Juniors)

Highlights of the May 10, 2018 Newsletter
15 Things to Know About U.S. News College Rankings
Here's how much it actually costs to attend the top 17 colleges in the U.S.

Highlights of the May 3, 2018 Newsletter
More Comm. Colleges Are Offering Bachelor's Degrees- And Four Year Universities Aren't Happy About It

Highlights of the April 26, 2018 Newsletter
Junior year is a critical time for researching colleges, experts say
Could Your College Acceptance Really be Rescinded?
High-paying jobs go begging while high school grads line up for bachelor's degrees
How People with Learning Disabilities Handle their differences In The Workplace

Highlights of the April 19, 2018 Newsletter
Don't Overlook College Graduation Rates
Will high school activism hurt your college chances?
5 Questions To Ask Before Deciding Where To Go To College
With our shortage of skilled workers, career and technical education is ready to be taken seriously

Highlights of the April 12, 2018 Newsletter
With Changing Students and Times, Colleges Are Going Back to School
Best Value Colleges 2018: 300 Schools Worth The Investment
7 Things to Do After Accepting a College
6 Questions to Ask Admitted Students Days

Highlights of the April 5, 2018 Newsletter
What Exactly Is A "Meaningful" Summer Experience For Your High School Student?
Colleges still accepting applications (a list)
4 Ways to Increase Odds of Winning College Scholarships

Highlights of the March 29, 2018 Newsletter-  NEW LOOK
Advice to future college applicants: Find a balance when deciding where to apply
The Top 5 Secrets Colleges Don't Want High School Students to Know

Highlights of the March 8, 2018 Newsletter
Yes, college coaches do evaluate parents
College Corner:Successful Appeal Tips
New guidelines help doctors tackle teen depression
 
Highlights of the March 1, 2018 Newsletter
Here's How Much Teacher Recommendations Actually Matter to Colleges
How to Plan a College Visit Road Trip Over Break
6 months to send-off: How to emotionally prepare your child for college

Highlights of the February 22, 2018 Newsletter
3 Social Media Tips for Your College-Bound Teen
Why Freshman and Sophomores Should Visit College Campuses
5 Questions You ask On A college Tour- But No One Ever Does
4 Ways to Tour a College Without Stepping Foot on Campus

Highlights of the February 15, 2018 Newsletter
    
Worker shortage spurs uncharacteristic partnerships connecting colleges, business
College checklist: When to file FASFA? Take SATs or ACTS?
Don't Overlook Colleges In Your Own Backyard
Parents, read this before you take out a loan to pay for your kids college

Highlights of the February 8, 2018 Newsletter
    
These colleges turn low-income students into middle-class earners...but how?
7 things college admissions officers wish every applicant knew

Highlights of the February 1, 2018 Newsletter
Why Community colleges Are Good For You
College Advice: Seek Campuses That Connect To The World Of Work
Options For Parent College Loans

Highlights of the January 25, 2018 Newsletter
8 Things Juniors Should Be Doing Right Now To Get Into Their Dream College
Everybody Has A Story: High school counselor helped him take the right fork in the road
Why is it so difficult to figure out how much you are going to pay for college

Highlights of the January 18, 2018 Newsletter
Rolling Admissions:10 Frequently Asked Questions
How to Pick a College When You've Been Accepted to Multiple Schools
5 Ways Parents Can Help Pay for College Without Spending a Cent
You can negotiate your college tuition. Here's how.

Highlights of the January 11, 2018 Newsletter
Both parents, students need a to-do list to enter college
5 Ways the New Tax Law affects Paying for College
4 Major Ways the FAFSA Can Help You Pay for College
High School alone can't prepare kids for careers:Dialogue Delaware

Highlights of the January 4, 2018 Newsletter
Final College Admissions To Do's for High School Seniors January-June
College Corner: Create a College Criteria Spreadsheet
10 tips for dealing with the disappointment of defferral
Tips for Winning College Scholarships

Highlights of the December 21, 2017 Newsletter
 
The surprising thing Google learned about its employees- and what it means for today's students
11 Misconceptions about paying for college

Highlights of the December 14, 2017 Newsletter

Highlights of the December 7, 2017 Newsletter

Highlights of the November 30, 2017 Newsletter
 
Stepping Of The College Admissions Treadmill Helps Students
How to pick a college that won't break the bank

Highlights of the November 16, 2017 Newsletter
A Lack of Tuition Strategy
How to build your perfect college list according to a Stanford-educated admissions expert
The Best High School Extra Curricular
Your guide To Applying For --And Winning--College Scholarship Money

Highlights of the November 9, 2017 Newsletter
Why Community College Is a Better Option Than You Think

Highlights of the November 2, 2017 Newsletter
     College Connection: What can you really learn from college rankings
Freshman Video on Loneliness of College Transition Goes Viral
Commentary: How to choose your college application essay
When it Comes To 529 Plans, Parents Just Don't Understand
Every student should fill out a FASFA form
Financial Aid 101:What you need to know

Highlights of the October 26, 2017 Newsletter

Highlights of the October 19, 2017 Newsletter

Highlights of the October 12, 2017 Newsletter
     College Costs:Some Economic Lessons to Minimize Debt
Pet Peeves: College Admissions Office reveal what bugs them the most

Highlights of the October 5, 2017 Newsletter

Highlights of the September 28, 2017 Newsletter

Highlights of the September 21, 2017 Newsletter
3 Tips for Surviving  College Season
Junior Year is critical - here are 5 things to do today to get into college next year
College Admissions: Understanding the Common Application

Highlights of the September 14, 2017 Newsletter
     Learn How to Impress College Admission Counselors
COLLEGE COUNSELOR: What's important In An Application
Use Community College As Affordable Stepping Stones To Four-Year College Degrees
College Admission :Strategies for ADD/ADHD and LD Students
The 5 Best Jobs for Persons With ADD and ADHD
The first New Yorkers go to College tuition-free

Highlights of the September 7, 2017 Newsletter
     New Study Highlights How College Visits Boost Chances at Select Colleges
Top 3 Tips for College Visits
The 4 best ways to save on college