July 25th, 2017

Organizing your college search

This story about an organized approach to the college search found on U.S. News and World Report’s website suggests starting the search early and provides tips for keeping the overwhelming amount of information that can accumulate during a search organized.  The article is written by a mother-daughter duo who provide their actual experiences.  But the article also contains links to some great resources to support a search.  One theme that crosses all stories is starting the process EARLY:

10 steps to picking the right college

(like comparing financial aid packages – and not procrastinating!)

How to apply for college free

(like applying early and/or applying online)

What NOT to do when you apply for college

(like missing deadlines or letting the parent apply instead of the student)

Category: College Bound

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