Parents taking a look at housing for their college students transitioning out of high school will notice the different options come with pros and cons. It's best to weigh the options by considering the personal and social needs of your student while staying on budget for your family. Understanding the details will keep you from getting overwhelmed! Let's take a closer look.
Parents know all too well the importance of time management. While saving money is often a top of mind topic, saving time is equally important and a life skill worth developing.. What are some ways parents can help their kids improve their time management as they transition through college? Let's consider how they can take control over their time and accomplish goals effectively.
When facing challenges with managing loan repayment, borrowers have resources to help get back on track. Kevin Fudge, Ombudsman for American Student Services (ASA) shares insight on how to best manage resolutions and get into great financial shape after graduation. Join the conversation on #MyCollegeCorner podcast with host John Hupalo.
The recommendation letter has been a staple of the college application process as long as that process has been in existence. The letter is intended to give admissions officers a way to learn more about your student and what qualities they bring to the table.
How the years have flown! Pre-K, kindergarten, grade school, high school, and finally a bachelor’s degree is in sight. Is graduate school next? Or perhaps a Ph.D.? Here are some concrete reasons to help understand the choice for advanced study.
Summer break can offer college students a unique opportunity to work, travel, and explore different career paths before having to make any formal career decisions. Students should take advantage of full summer vacations now because after graduation they become a thing of the past! Here’s how to use this summer wisely: