Saving Money on College Visits
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As September comes to a close, college visits are ramping up for high school students and their parents. Are you wondering if it is worth it to visit a campus? Read article, Saving Money, and Your Sanity, on College Visits (Hint: Resist the Swag) and start planning your next college visit.
Why do students take a Gap Year? What do students actually gain from taking this time “off” before starting their college adventure? We loved reading this article by Jerrica H. Li, Harvard Class of 2021, as she shared her story as to why a Gap Year was the right move for her and maybe you.
We love sharing stories and information from other experts in the field. Lee Norwood of Annapolis College Consulting shared a fun YouTube Video, Dorm Room Reveals, with us in case you are heading to parents weekend and you want to surprise your student with something new and fun for their dorm room.