College preparation can be a lot to take in. That is why we decided to help out by sharing our experience guiding hundreds of students through the process in this simple 5 Step college prep guide.
College visits! Yay – one of the most exciting parts of the application process.
The College Board recently announced they will open a testing date for the SAT/SAT Subject Testing in August 2017.
Film and video production is an exciting field with opportunities for creative and talented individuals.
A Health Services Administrator will oversee an entire health-care facility like a hospital, nursing home or assisted living facility.
FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is now available for the 2017-2018 school year.
Over 900 colleges and universities in the United States today have test-optional colleges, according to FairTest.
If you haven't done so already, it is time start thinking about your essay/personal statement for your college application.
As if college admissions weren't confusing enough, we now have the Common App, the Coalition App, the Universal College App or a universitys unique application.
As the school year is coming to an end, I’m sure you hear "What are you doing this summer?"
Attend this intensive 2-day workshop and give yourself a strong start on your college applications before you start your senior year!
The University of Florida will release admissions decisions tomorrow, Friday February 13.
I will be holding a "camp" for high school seniors who want to start their senior year of high school with the Common Application already done.
Our seniors have made (or are about to make) The Decision: which college’s admission offer to accept.
Campus visits are the most effective way to evaluate a college campus.
As summer winds down and students get ready to return to school, college applications are just waiting to be completed.
Purchase a four-hour block to be used for any college advising service that you need.
Today's teens are all over social media, keeping in touch and updating their activities on Facebook, posting comments on blogs they read, sharing music and movies they like on sharing sites, and some even chronicling their lives on blogs.
Some selective colleges are reporting that up to 30,000 students applied for places in a 2010 freshman class of 1500 students
The amount of information about the college admissions process can be “quite daunting”
Do the absolute best you can in your junior classes to increase your GPA.