Simple Summer Tips to Prepare for College

It’s summer time and either your kids are out for break or they will be soon. Summer is for fun and a break from the regular school year craziness. With homework, sports, band, volunteering, and projects, there isn’t much time for anything else. Summer break provides an optimal opportunity for your child to have...

How to Get Your Child To The Next Step

Kyle, like many students, changed majors in college. He started off in Political Science but realized there wasn’t much of a career path for him. He changed his major to Education, but this was more time consuming than he preferred. He then landed in Public Relations, which he still does and enjoys. However, Kyle...

3 Out of 4 College Students are Stressed

I saw an article on Facebook this weekend about a study that was recently done. 67,000 college students from over 100 college campuses were surveyed. They found that 3 out of 4 college students are stressed. The article lists various reasons for the stress including: Mounting expectations Evolving self-identify Shock of leaving home for...

The Two Dangers of Applying as Undecided

The first step of getting into college is to have your child apply to multiple schools that they think would benefit them. Benefits would encompass location, class size, graduation rate, etc. Some thought is given to what majors the school offers. However, most students don’t decide and just wait until after they start college....

From Undeclared to Decided

So your college freshman is about to head out on their own but there is just one question that still doesn’t have an answer: what will they be majoring in? You hear their friends talk about majoring in things like business, music, chemistry, communications and so on. But your child has decided to go...

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