Category: Survive

High school and the transition to college is an unsettling time for many families. We'll give tips to help settle everyone's nerves.

Bypass a Dream College To Graduate Debt Free
12th Graders

Bypass a Dream College To Graduate Debt Free

Road2College Road2College- October 27, 2019 0

  In 2006, I was accepted to my dream school, New York University. When I saw the financial aid package, I figured I would do ... Read More

8 Huge Mistakes I Made with My Student Loans
Finance

8 Huge Mistakes I Made with My Student Loans

Rebecca Forst Rebecca Forst- October 14, 2019 1

If someone offered me a time machine to go back and fix my student loan mistakes I would. I now have six figures of debt ... Read More

How to Get Your Student On Board With the College Application Process
Applications

How to Get Your Student On Board With the College Application Process

Road2College Road2College- October 11, 2019 0

It’s time to apply for colleges, scholarships, financing and more…why does it seem like you’re the only one who cares? Your senior is facing their ... Read More

What’s It Like Attending Top Party Schools?
College Life

What’s It Like Attending Top Party Schools?

Charlene Adhiambo Charlene Adhiambo- October 4, 2019 0

Should your student attend a “party school?" There comes a time during the college search process when a high school student and their parent must ... Read More

Three Established Facts About College Selection From An Expert
11th Graders

Three Established Facts About College Selection From An Expert

Mindy Trotta Mindy Trotta- October 2, 2019 0

There are very few things that remain “static” about college these days: Costs seem to rise with each passing semester, interest rates on college loans ... Read More

“Failure to Launch” Is Not A Label You Want For Your Child
College Life

“Failure to Launch” Is Not A Label You Want For Your Child

Susan Anderer Susan Anderer- September 27, 2019 0

A few years ago, there was a film in the theaters called "Failure to Launch." . It was a romantic comedy about an adult who ... Read More

12 Steps To Take If You Haven’t Saved Enough For College
College Savings

12 Steps To Take If You Haven’t Saved Enough For College

Tonya Holly Tonya Holly- September 24, 2019 0

Spring break is here, and our son’s senior year is almost over. We have spent most of high school exploring careers; plotting a path; comparing ... Read More

Care Package Ideas Your College Student Will Love
College Life

Care Package Ideas Your College Student Will Love

Jennifer Kaplan Jennifer Kaplan- September 24, 2019 0

So you’ve gone through the difficult process of sending your child off to college. After lugging around untold numbers of boxes and suitcases and hand ... Read More

Seeing Our Child With Dyslexia Graduate
Freshman year

Seeing Our Child With Dyslexia Graduate

Kathy Radigan Kathy Radigan- September 22, 2019 0

In a few short weeks, my son will be done with his first semester of college. The semester has gone so fast. It seems like ... Read More

FERPA Waiver and Other Legal Documents College Students Shouldn’t Leave Home Without
High school to college

FERPA Waiver and Other Legal Documents College Students Shouldn’t Leave Home Without

Sue Kawecki Sue Kawecki- September 21, 2019 0

You’ve put down the enrollment deposit, completed the housing application, set up the necessary college bank account, and updated your child’s medical records. With all ... Read More