Should My College Student Have a Job at School?

Many students head off to college knowing that, in addition to their academic work – and possibly their sports or other activities – they will need to have a job. The costs of attending college are high – and growing.  In addition to tuition and room and board, there are extra fees, expensive textbooks, and … Read more


College Parent Portal: Not Necessarily An Open Door for Everyone

Many elementary, middle and high schools today use a Parent Portal to help parents stay abreast of their student’s progress and activities.  Parents are encouraged to stay involved and to check the Portal every day.  Portals often provide information about school activities, attendance information, homework assignments, and student grades.  Parents can also use the portal … Read more


Game Changers for Your Student’s College Success

In our last post, we shared some of the information gathered by Complete College America about college completion rates.  In their report The Four-Year Myth CCA shared some sobering information about the length of time that most students in this country need to complete their degrees.  We think it is important for parents to understand … Read more


What is a “Satisfactory Academic Progress” Policy for Financial Aid?

Have you heard the term “Satisfactory Academic Progress” or SAP? SAP pertains to financial aid eligibility and discussions of the policy are a result of federal regulations incorporated into the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, which require students to be making Satisfactory Academic Progress in order to continue to receive federal financial aid.  This … Read more


Is Your Student a Full-Time Student ?

It is possible that your college student may be a part-time student – taking only one or two classes per term while working or doing something else.  There are many students who might benefit from entering college slowly – for either academic or financial reasons.  This is a decision that you and your student may … Read more


What Might Jeopardize My College Student’s Financial Aid?

College is expensive, there’s no argument there.  Many families rely on financial aid to make college a possibility.  For most families, that financial aid package contains a combination of scholarships, grants, loans, and possible work-study for their student.  So you’ve received your financial aid package (which never seems enough, but it helps) and your student … Read more


Thinking About Your College Student’s Finances

  College is expensive.  We all know it.  Parents and students alike think a lot about college finances.  Some parents and students need to work harder than others on making a college education possible.  There is a lot of thought given to, and a lot written about, how to finance a college education.  Parents and … Read more


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