“Failure to Launch” Is Not a Label You Want for Your Child

“Failure to Launch” Is Not a Label You Want for Your Child

A few years ago, there was a film in the theaters called “Failure to Launch.” . It was a romantic

Students, Learning Disabilities, and College

Students, Learning Disabilities, and College

In a few short weeks, my son will be done with his first semester of college. The semester has gone

Money-Saving Tips After You’ve Dealt With Tuition

Money-Saving Tips After You’ve Dealt With Tuition

Getting merit aid and appropriate financial assistance can help with tuition and even room and board. But there are more

Where To Get Cheap Textbooks For College

Where To Get Cheap Textbooks For College

The price tags on college textbooks are rising just as fast as tuition costs. For a single course, a student

A Parent’s Guide to College 102: Move-In Day & Beyond

A Parent’s Guide to College 102: Move-In Day & Beyond

Two years ago my oldest graduated college, but I can still picture her walking back to her dorm after we

Parental Involvement in College: How Much Is OK?

Parental Involvement in College: How Much Is OK?

Let’s start with a basic truth: Parents, you are not the ones going to college. Your kids are. Helicopter Parenting