Prepare for Online Learning During the Coronavirus Outbreak: Three Tips to Navigate

As schools and universities, along with places of work, close for short or longer term durations, online communication and learning is going to be a critical tool. Whether using Zoom™, Skype™, or... Read more »

The Road to College: College Application Decisions & Course Selection

As we enter March, there are many things to consider as we continue down the road to college. While the end of that road may finally be in sight for those who... Read more »

Road to College: Guide to 2020 

On the road to college, we use milestones to determine what we have accomplished, and what is to come. As we round the new year into February, parents and students can think... Read more »

Road to College: Holiday Edition 

On the Road to College, we must occasionally take stock of what we have, appreciate who we are with, and look back with pride on what we have accomplished as educators, parents,... Read more »

The Road to College – Application Deadline Tips for Success 

On the Road to College, one significant waypoint is the college application deadline, or should I say, the many deadlines. Students now must contend with 6 different deadlines: Early Action, Restrictive Early Action, Early... Read more »

Road to College: Managing Stress for Parents and Students

On the Road to College, one of the issues that affects students and parents alike is stress. Parents look into the unknown, concurrently feeling optimistic and anxious about what is to come. Students view the future with excitement and... Read more »

Road to College: Back-to-School Toolkit 

On the Road to College, we have opportunities to start the year anew. January 1st is always a good feeling as adults, as we look forward to a new year with goals... Read more »

Road to College: The Summer

  On the Road to College, summer is a welcome reprieve from the school year. A time to reflect, relax, and recharge. Summer is a time for family and vacation, for gathering... Read more »

Road to College: The “Dashboard”

On the Road to College, standardized tests occupy much space in the minds of students. While the message I share with my families is to focus on taking difficult classes while being disciplined and... Read more »

Financial Planning Tips for Your College-Bound Student

  Fall classes at universities and colleges will begin in the next couple of months. You might have a child, grandchild, niece or nephew who is ready to spend their semester studying, socializing, and living on their own.... Read more »