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A few weeks into a new year, college-related topics continue to make headlines. New Jersey’s own Scott White, a veteran school and independent counselor, …

What should a parent of a high school student expect in February? A continuation of what was going on in January! Hopefully, …

Whether it relates to saving for your student’s education, institutional fundraising or setting tuition, economics plays a major role in the college process. …

Around the country, college students have moved in. (Barack and Michelle moved Malia into Harvard during the eclipse, the day before her …

It’s officially summer! Relax, enjoy, and don’t forget about college applications. Questions? unCommon Apps is around to provide answers. How do colleges review …

Depending on their high school, students have either taken final exams or switched into summer mode—unless they’re rising seniors. Here’s what’s trending just in …

Until recently, the media has focused on college applicants and their admissions decisions. With National College Decision Day behind us, we’re seeing …

And they’re off . . . Could we have a bigger week for celebration (other than the last week of school)? Monday, …

For Spring Break, I combined business and pleasure in a whirlwind Southern college adventure. Included were 19 campuses in DC, Virginia, North Carolina …

March goes out like a lamb. March Madness ends in March. High school seniors now know their options for college . . …