Full-Price Tuition for Remote Learning: Is It Worth It?

Melissa T. Shultz

Melissa T. Shultz is a writer and editor whose work has been published by The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Dallas Morning News, AARP’s The Ethel, Ladies’ Home Journal, Parade Magazine, Newsweek, Reader’s Digest, Today.com, and many other publications. She is Director of Content Marketing Strategy and Special Projects for Road2College; Editor-at-Large for Jim Donovan Literary; and the author of From Mom to Me Again, a memoir/self-help book that was named one of “Three Inspiring Reads” by Parade.com. Her first children’s book is forthcoming from Familius in 2024.

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How Test Optional Colleges Evaluate Students for Admissions

How Test Optional Colleges Evaluate Students for Admissions

September 10, 2020

With so many schools going test-optional, how do test optional colleges evaluate a student’s readiness for college? What qualities does

Child off to College? Reflection Can Help You Grow, but Don’t Get Stuck in the Past

Child off to College? Reflection Can Help You Grow, but Don’t Get Stuck in the Past

August 30, 2020

Introspection at this point in life—when the kids are headed off to college, and we’re transitioning to an empty nest—is

The Trouble With Test-Optional Admissions: What the Experts Are Saying

The Trouble With Test-Optional Admissions: What the Experts Are Saying

August 14, 2020

Most colleges have now either gone test-optional or test-blind for this school year. Students and parents are wondering what that

The Parental Dilemma of the Year: Should We Let Our College Kids Return to Campus?

The Parental Dilemma of the Year: Should We Let Our College Kids Return to Campus?

July 30, 2020

It’s the question heard ’round the country, and the answer is complicated—and different for each family dealing with its own

Full-Price Tuition for Remote Learning: Is It Worth It?

Full-Price Tuition for Remote Learning: Is It Worth It?

July 24, 2020

COVID-19 has changed not only how students learn, but the perception of what qualifies as a worthwhile educational investment. So

Changes Ahead in the World of Higher Ed: The Experts Weigh In

Changes Ahead in the World of Higher Ed: The Experts Weigh In

July 17, 2020

When Stanford announced the elimination of 11 out of their 36 varsity sports teams, it was clear there’d be more

Are Students Who Really Don’t Need the Money Meriting From Merit Aid?

Are Students Who Really Don’t Need the Money Meriting From Merit Aid?

July 6, 2020

 A recent opinion piece on merit aid for college students in the New York Times inspired a lively discussion in

Answers to Your Top 5 Questions About Student Loans

Answers to Your Top 5 Questions About Student Loans

July 2, 2020

When it comes to student loans, you’ve got important questions, and we’ve got timely answers. Here are the top five