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

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

Karen Sosnoski Karen Sosnoski- June 10, 2021 0

“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
High school to college

Money Management for Teenagers

Karen Sosnoski Karen Sosnoski- June 8, 2021 0

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 ... Read More

College Admissions Results Impact Class of 2022
College Admissions

College Admissions Results Impact Class of 2022

Melissa T. Shultz Melissa T. Shultz- June 3, 2021 0

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, ... Read More

10 Factors for Building Your College List
College Search

10 Factors for Building Your College List

Isabella DeLeo Isabella DeLeo- June 3, 2021 0

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 ... Read More

Tips From a High School Senior: Researching Colleges
College Search

Tips From a High School Senior: Researching Colleges

Matthew Schwartz Matthew Schwartz- June 1, 2021 0

No article can tell you what college your child should go to nor how to choose the college that’s right for them. Ultimately, the only ... Read More

To Declare or Not to Declare a Major: Does it Matter?
College prep

To Declare or Not to Declare a Major: Does it Matter?

Kevin Newton Kevin Newton- May 27, 2021 0

Wondering whether your student should declare a major when applying to college? You’re in good company. In a presentation with R2C founder Debbie Schwartz, Rebecca ... Read More

How CLEP Testing Can Earn Students College Credit
College prep

How CLEP Testing Can Earn Students College Credit

Hallie Underwood Hallie Underwood- May 25, 2021 0

Your child may be wondering how to get a head start on earning college credit. They may want to spend less time and money earning ... Read More

FAFSA: Middle-Class Financial Aid Cuts Coming in 2023
College Financial Aid Costs and Stats

FAFSA: Middle-Class Financial Aid Cuts Coming in 2023

Robert Falcon Robert Falcon- May 24, 2021 0

As part of the Covid relief package passed by Congress in December 2020, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Simplification Act makes significant ... Read More

Is Going to a Junior College (JUCO) a Good Step for Athletes?
College Sports

Is Going to a Junior College (JUCO) a Good Step for Athletes?

Aaron Long Aaron Long- May 21, 2021 0

 If you're a fan of college sports, you probably know about the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). As a parent of a prospective college athlete, ... Read More

Which Is Better: AP or IB?
College Credits in High School

Which Is Better: AP or IB?

Kevin Newton Kevin Newton- May 18, 2021 0

For high school students who are interested in exploring a given topic at the college level, a number of different options are available. Dual enrollment ... Read More