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[vc_row css_animation="" row_type="row" use_row_as_full_screen_section="no" type="full_width" angled_section="no" text_align="left" background_image_as_pattern="without_pattern"][vc_column][vc_column_text]Every college in the country will accept the SAT or ACT scores. There are now many colleges that are test optional. However, 75% of the student applicants choose to send their scores to those colleges. The major differences...

Summer is usually a period of relative calm for most colleges, but this summer is vastly different. Whether colleges are willing to admit it or not chaos will be reigning in the coming weeks and wishful thinking will not be enough to avoid the unexpected...

“My child will get some type of merit scholarship.” Spoiler: According to a survey by the Wall Street Journal, 92 percent of financial aid counselors say parents overestimate the availability of scholarship money. The average is about $15K per year. “My child will borrow the amount needed...

Based on the volumes of articles from the Chronicle of Higher Education and other major news organizations these are my seven reasons why there will not be students on campus in September 2020. ​​ Politicians and public health officials and not college presidents will decide. If Mayor...

College students are striking, demanding that college reduce their tuition by 50% for this semester because they are required to do online classes thus “not allowing them what the colleges advertised as an interactive cultural classroom experience” In addition, they are requesting refunds of fees,...

Plan your Coursework Carefully! ​What do American’s value in their education? Based on a survey of more than $340,000 individuals who graduated from college since 2000, graduates are clear that relevant courses, not wages, have the strongest link to how they value their education experience. This...