Making new friends in college can definitely be intimidating. It can be especially daunting if you’re going to a far off school where you don’t know anyone. While you don’t have to be best friends, having a few friends before school even starts can make the transition much easier. Here are a few tips on how you can get started making friends before you even set foot on campus.

The summer before your senior year is crucial to your college plans, as it affords you more time you otherwise might not have when school starts. Luckily, there are plenty of ways rising seniors like you can take advantage of this time to get ahead on their college admissions.

It’s June, and the lazy days of summer are just about to commence officially! But before you can kick back and relax, here are the 4 things you can do this month to be as ready as possible for college.

Most people intend to go to community college for two years (and often they stay even longer.) I only went for 1 year. Here's why, and how I did it.

National Decision Day has come and gone; if you missed the deadline or weren’t admitted in time, don’t worry, we’ve got your back. Thankfully, you still have plenty of options for starting your college career this fall.

Maybe a college decision didn't go your way. How should handle it?

It’s May, and for many of you graduation is just around the corner. Congratulations, you are almost finished with your high school career! Here are 4 things you can do this month to be as ready as possible for college.

What you do after high school is simple question, but with so many ways to answer, it can feel completely overwhelming. If you're considering military service after high school, read this insight from a veteran first.

Financial aid award letters can make or break your ability ability to pay for college. But how do you make sense of them?

What do you do when you feel like your college dreams have been crushed? Don't worry, things aren't as bad as they feel. Here's what to do.