You, Your Ex, and College Tuition Costs: How Do Divorced Parents Pay for College?

“Do most people split down the middle?” A recent post in Road2College’s Facebook group Paying for College 101 echos the confusion that many divorced parents ... Read More


Money Management for Teenagers

As a mom, I’m learning that “the money talk” with teenagers is about more than money--it’s about family values, and recognizing that not everyone may be on the same page. Bottom line: We can’t resolve our differences until we have the talk. The teenage years are so important to help ... Read More

College Admissions Results Impact Class of 2022

COVID has sparked a firestorm of reform in the admissions process. Road2College recently sat down with Rebecca Chabrow, our Counselor-in-Residence of the Road2College Concierge Service, and the Director of College Counseling at Linden Hall School for Girls, to talk about the 2021 college admissions results and the potential long term ... Read More

10 Factors for Building Your College List

The college search process can be daunting. There are thousands of schools to consider—nearly 4,300 according to U.S. News & World Report. Creating a college list will not only help your child consider what they want to get out of their undergraduate experience, but which schools they can afford to ... Read More


Beating the Sophomore Slump: A Guide to Getting Through the Second Year of College

How can you ensure your child has a successful and fulfilling second year of college? One aspect you and your child might note is the possibility of the “sophomore slump.” Understanding this phenomenon, recognizing that it’s common, and creating a plan to avoid or remedy it can be beneficial for ... Read More