Long question, short answer: yes. Find out more about colleges subsidizing postsecondary education.
Need motivation in support of your college degree? The TRIO Programs may help.
It's hard. You've got a huge course catalog and lots to choose from. We help you sort it out.
That's a good question. We've put together some helpful hints so you can see if you will still get financial aid.
It's a long ways away, but there are some instances in which your student loan can be forgiven.
It's a lot easier to know where you're going with a plan. We've got links to the Bridges and Kuder college and career tools here.
There are a ton of great planning tools here, but sometimes you need to talk to a real person.
What's a 529? It's a college savings plan. Every bit helps, and you can find out more here.
Essentially, most of your work regarding the process is complete. However, you may still have a few questions about what happens next.
Whatever your reason for hoping that college will be different than high school, you have the opportunity to make that happen.
If you have decided to live on campus, you are probably looking forward to dormitory life.
So you are ready to move in to the dorm and live on a college campus! This may be the first time you have lived away from home or with a roommate. Here are a few tips to help you pack up for college!
Learn how to avoid the pitfalls of social media.
Learn about online safety.
During a recent I Am College Bound monthly promo, we asked student members to share a line or two about their mentors.