If you are a student that has started to explore colleges and build a college list to apply to in the Fall, I highly encourage you to check out this organization as a resource. Colleges that Change Lives is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping students not only explore their options, but encouraging them to explore and… Read More Colleges that Change Lives Event and Resources
The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) has an incredibly easy tool to research up-to-date information on colleges still accepting students for the Fall 2017 school year. You can sift through the list of just over 400 colleges by state and if they’re still offering financial aid and housing. If you’re still feeling uncertain… Read More 4 Year Colleges Still Accepting Students for the Fall
Every year the Regional Admission Counselors of California (RACC) publicize a list of colleges within their organization still accepting applications. A few things to consider: Check the grid to see if they are still considering merit-based aid or have financial aid still available. Narrow down your choices. Do not wait to apply! Oftentimes these spaces… Read More Still looking for a college to attend?
Are you a Junior starting to build list of colleges to apply to in the Fall? Where do you even begin? How do you know a university is right for you? There are over 2,000 four-year colleges throughout the United States alone! It can seem a bit overwhelming, especially when we’re getting advice and input from every which… Read More How to Begin Your College Search
I published this post last year, but I’m continually finding it more important than ever for Juniors and younger students to take the time and research college “fit.” So I will paste it below again to read through. Remember, you can be at the “best” college in the world, but if it’s not right for… Read More College Search for Juniors…Finding your Fit
We have the ability to research anything within seconds. Sometimes it can get overwhelming and the starting point unclear. We hear about how many colleges are out there and how many options we have, but how do you find them? And how do you research a college in a state you have never been to… Read More College Exploration Resources