Is your student college bound? Are they prepared for life ahead of them or is it going to be a great shock for them when they finally step foot on a college campus? Get them ready for this next stage in their life before they’re in over their head!
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It is a well-known fact that education has helped many people socially mobilize and advance in America. Many of today’s most powerful leaders achieved their goals by pursuing higher education, gaining significant experience, and working hard. In honor of President’s Day, we are sharing some powerful quotes from American presidents, present and past. Read closely — a common thread that ties these words together is the hope that everyone will be able to fairly access a superb education.
Books. Tuition. Lab materials. Pursuing higher education is a commendable decision, but can also be an expensive one, especially when mandatory school costs start to add up. Fortunately, there are several small ways that you can lighten the burden of these extra expenses and keep more money in your pockets. Read these five tips to find out how you can cut costs and stay on top of your academic plans.
Filling out college applications can be a stressful task. There are so many items to secure and compile: individual applications, the Common Application, recommendation letters, SAT scores... the list goes on. Feeling overwhelmed and don’t know where to start? You’ve come to the right place! Use the checklist below as a helpful guide in making your college application process a little easier.