This article was published by Thomas E. Betz, director, Student Legal Service at the University of Illinois. It provides some very no nonsense information about keeping your college student(s) safe and smart while they are on spring break Excerpts: It is that time of year again when college students seek warmer climates. There are at […]
The children of Baby Boomers, the Echo Generation, are entering college in increasing numbers. Getting into the best schools is increasingly competitive. Having good grades, a great SAT score and participating in extracurricular activities is no assurance that your student will get into the school of their choice.
Everyone is aware of the impact the economy is having on family life across America. However, we have not even begun to consider the effects the recession will have on the families of college students. Especially those who will be sending their kids to college next fall. Many parents are already wondering how they are going […]
College planning guide and preparation workbook for students in grades 9 thru 12. TERI, helps to promote access to education at all levels for students of all ages and backgrounds. Founded in 1985, they are a nonprofit organization with two primary programs: 1. Guaranteed private education loan programs, which have helped over one million students access loans […]
Guest Blogger: Anna Ivey The day your college freshman packs up his or her bedroom and heads off to adulthood is both proud and nerve-wracking. At this point, you’ve pretty much done all you can do to prepare your child for life in the dorms. As you drive away from campus, you envision your child’s […]