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How (And Why) To Intern The Summer Before College

| Posted 02.26.2015 | Teen

By now, you probably understand just how important it is to take advantage of your summers while you’re still in high school. Whether you’re worki...

6 Ways To Save Money Before Going To College

| Posted 02.10.2015 | Teen

We've all heard our fair share of college clichés and daydreamed about weekly restaurant hangouts, Facebook-worthy photos of exotic college trips and...

8 Things You Shouldn't Do In Your College Interview

| Posted 02.05.2015 | Teen

The college applications are in, transcripts are sent and now it’s time to wait. Or, you could go the extra mile and do an interview with an admissi...

How To Talk To Your Parents About Paying For College

| Posted 02.02.2015 | Teen

The time has finally come. After touring countless college campuses, spending hours writing your application essays and waiting anxiously for those ac...

What To Do If You Regret Applying Early Decision

Posted 01.26.2015 | Teen

Applying early decision to your dream school may have felt like a good decision back in November, but now you’re feeling the pressure roll in. Early...

5 Reasons Your College Decision Isn't Your Biggest Decision Ever

| Posted 01.06.2015 | Teen

Chances are college decisions are to blame for all of your anxiety right now. After all, it probably feels like your entire life up to this moment has...

4 Ways For Out-Of-State Students To Get In-State Tuition

| Posted 12.15.2014 | Teen

So you just got into this fantastic college that makes your parents sigh with relief. There's just one catch—you're an out-of-state student, and the...

8 Reasons To Take A Year Off Before College

| Posted 12.11.2014 | Teen

As college acceptance letters come pouring in and your classmates get more and more excited about this next chapter, you’re feeling a little more an...

6 Ways To Stand Out In Your College Interview

| Posted 12.08.2014 | Teen

By Megan Shuffleton Even though the college application process is probably wearing you down at this point, it’s no time to slack off! There’s ...

5 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Stress About College Admissions

| Posted 12.08.2014 | Teen

By Katherine Varga You are going to be fine. Whether you’re still trying to finish your applications or you’re going through pints of Ben & ...

5 Ways To Keep The Morning Of The SAT Stress-Free

| Posted 12.02.2014 | Teen

By Sara Heath You’ve read all the prep guides, taken SAT/ACT prep courses and went to bed super early last night. But now it’s the morning of t...

Your Guide To Decoding College Websites

| Posted 12.01.2014 | Teen

By Brianna Susnak For high school seniors in the midst of the college application process (and juniors just beginning), navigating through the coun...

Your Ultimate Guide To SAT Subject Tests

| Posted 11.17.2014 | Teen

By Malone Ryan As an upperclassman in high school (soon to be collegiette!), you are likely berated with the same question from your teachers, pare...

4 Ways To Deal With College Admissions Competition

| Posted 11.10.2014 | Teen

By Winnie Ma You used to be those friends: the ones who told one another everything, did everything together, laughed at the same things together a...

4 Secrets For Making Your Extracurriculars Look Best On Your College Apps

| Posted 11.06.2014 | Teen

You’ve probably been told all throughout high school to get involved and participate in clubs and extracurriculars. For many college admissions offi...

How To Nail Your College Interview

| Posted 10.29.2014 | Teen

By Sara Heath After countless hours of SAT and ACT prep courses, endless drafts of personal essays and tackling the monster that is the Common App,...

The Truth About Counselor Recommendation Letters

| Posted 10.27.2014 | Teen

It’s that time of year again when you polish up your college essay, approach teachers for recommendations and get started on that dreaded Common App...

Schools Have a Responsibility to Be Courageous About Teen Dating and Domestic Violence

Steven R. DiSalvo, Ph.D. | Posted 12.22.2014 | College
Steven R. DiSalvo, Ph.D.

As we see an increased number of domestic violence incidents among high school, college and professional athletes, we should be acting to have schools, coaches, teachers, counselors and parents do more to identify the signs of abuse and to act accordingly to intervene and prevent physical and emotional injury.

5 Websites To Help You Pick Your College

| Posted 10.15.2014 | Teen

By Morgan Hegarty Between the stacks of snail mail you receive every day, the emails regularly coming into your inbox and the countless college fai...

The 3 Best Ways To Travel In High School

| Posted 10.15.2014 | Teen

By Brianna Susnak As a high school student, you’re probably super pumped about potentially studying abroad. After all, who hasn’t dreamt of esc...

5 Ways To Make This Your Best School Year Ever

| Posted 10.08.2014 | Teen

You know those back-to-school clothing commercials with kids in new jeans and stylish tops sporting backpacks and gripping notebooks? The students on ...

The 7 Worst College Application Clichés -- And How to Avoid Them

| Posted 09.30.2014 | Teen

Now that senior year is underway, only one thing stands between you and your totally awesome collegiette years: college applications. Sure, they may s...

7 Must-Have Items You'll Need For College

| Posted 08.25.2014 | Teen

You’ve probably been back-to-school shopping for years by now, so you know the drill –- new pencils, backpack, notebooks, the works. But here’s ...

7 Apps All College Students Need

| Posted 08.19.2014 | Teen

by Megan Shuffleton By now you may have started working on that seemingly never-ending checklist for college. You got your bed risers, your mini fr...

10 Questions To Ask Your Roommate Before Move In Day

| Posted 08.05.2014 | Teen

by Sydney Nolan Moving day can be summed up in three words: hectic, awkward, and exciting. You’ll definitely get your workout in for the day by c...