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Last minute tips for parents guiding students about to choose a college

May 1 – the day the college deposits are due – is one week away. Students are nervously honing in their college choice and parents want to help. Here are a few tips to help you nudge your student to a great college choice.

Options to a four-year college degree may lead to success for your student

Soon, juniors in high school will be rising seniors. Also rising will be their anxiety level and the pressure students and parents feel to find the perfect 4-year dream college. Maybe it does not have to be this way.

VIDEO: Parent PLUS vs Private Loans

Take a closer look at student loan options with My College Corner. After confirming financial aid eligibility and scholarship funding, a balance may still be outstanding, requiring a student loan for payment. But which loan is the best choice?