It’s always possible that an admissions officer might look you up online. Get our expert tips for using social media during college admissions.
Want to make the right impression when e-mailing a college admissions officer? Keep these tips in mind whenever you are contacting colleges.
Wondering how to demonstrate your talent on your college application? Learn the benefits (and risks) of submitting supplementary material to colleges.
Learn about your sports options in college and get college admissions tips for student athletes.
Applying for college financial aid? You’ll have to complete the FAFSA form. Here's what you need to know about FAFSA deadlines and new FAFSA changes.
A college's price tag will rarely be the amount you pay. Find out when you should pay attention to the cost of college, and when you should ignore it.
Applying for financial aid? Learn the basics about federal, state, and private student loans.
Filling out the FAFSA? Learn how independent students or students with unusual circumstances should approach the financial aid process.
Well, it depends on the average SAT scores for the colleges you are considering. Learn what makes a good SAT score for your goals.
Taking both the SAT and ACT can increase your admissions options and cut down on college application stress. Learn why it's smart to take both tests.
GPA is a key factor in college admissions. Learn how to calculate your GPA on the 4.0 grade scale and get the GPA you need for college.
Learn how long is the ACT, including how much time each section of the ACT takes. Practice the ACT pacing strategies that will keep you on track.
Midterm exams don’t have to be stressful. Check out our expert strategies for how to study for midterms.
Do you have midterm exams coming up? Follow these last-minute test tips to boost your midterm grades.
Don't let math anxiety hold your child back. Learn our expert tips for helping your child with math homework.
Are you getting the most out of your class notes? Learn how taking notes can help you earn better grades.
You don’t have to quit using shampoo or go totally vegan to make your lifestyle more sustainable. Check out our top green living tips for college students.
Are you considering a college with a thriving green culture? Here’s how to get involved on a green campus when you get there.
Think you know which college majors lead to careers in sustainability? These green majors might surprise you.
We went straight to the source. Learn how specific hands-on experiences in college launched five grads’ careers.