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College Rankings: Lists and More Lists

Which colleges and universities made the college rankings lists? Find out here with our list of lists!

5 College Planning Pain Points

What’s your pain point in planning for college? Here are 5 top college planning pain points shared via #CampusChat along with tips to ease the pain.

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Parent College Coach Tip #35: Don’t Skip the College Visits

The college visits are one of the most crucial components in choosing a college. Without visiting, your student won’t have the key to choosing a college: can he see himself attending there

College Rankings: Lists and More Lists

Which colleges and universities made the college rankings lists? Find out here with our list of lists!

College Roommate Check-up Time

Living with a college roommate is a huge adjustment — for BOTH roommates. If you’ve been rooming together just long enough to discover what really irritates you about the other, these tips are for you!

Why You Need a Resumé in 9th Grade

Did you know the need for a resumé begins as early as 9th grade? That’s the best time to start when keeping a record of accomplishments becomes important.

Study Abroad 101: Tips for Making a Good Decision

Whether you are considering a ‘termed’ study abroad experience or a degree program there are some things you should consider before signing on.

The Real ROI of a College Education

Z. Kelly Queijo, CEOSmart College Visit  Recently, I had the...

Parent College Coach Tip #50: How Do You Impress a College?

With spring comes college visits and college interviews. The impression a college gets of your student will affect their admission decision. Dressing for success is so much more than the clothes your student wears.

Parent College Coach Tip #49: Read College Blogs

College blogs are near and dear to my heart. They are personal, informative, and easy to read.

The Rise of a High School Junior: Course Selection & Personality Type

– Any of us working in college admissions or with college-bound teens knows how important course selection is, especially for the junior year of high school. It’s one thing to know it. It’s another to parent your way through the process. Understanding personality types helps.

Parent College Coach Tip #4: Look for College Bargains

– Bargain hunting for a college? There are deals and discounts to cover college costs.

No Day but Today: Get Involved in Extracurricular Activities

"What else is there to do here?" This is often a question on the...

Have Questions on Your College Tour ? Ask the Natives

We asked Chelsea Merget, our public relations intern from Boston University,...