The summer between your junior and senior year of high school can be some of the funnest months of your life. But are they the most important for your college plans, too?

There’s one question on everyone’s mind right now: “Will I get in, or not?” Even without a crystal ball to tell us the future, there are still some things we know will likely be in your college decision letter.

Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, Vine, Instagram -- you name it. Wherever you post online, people are watching. And it’s not always the people you think.

They’re not a part of every application, but when they are, one-on-one interviews are a great opportunity to represent yourself. Follow these seven tips and you’ll be ready to impress any interviewer!

This short list will be all too real for anybody going through the college application process. If only reality were more like our expectations...

A strong letter of recommendation is vital to your application. How can you make sure you’re getting the best letter possible? We’ve got the complete guide to getting a stellar letter.

No one ever explains what “researching colleges” actually means. Luckily, you’ve got this 10 step guide to help you.

Yes, you read that right. Having college applications to write doesn't just have a silver lining -- it's your golden ticket.

For most students, the most stressful part of the college application is that dreaded essay. As you are polishing those essays, keep in mind these eight rules for writing the best college application essay possible.

It’s that time of year when everything’s up in the air--whether it’s traveling, hosting, cooking, or just keeping up with others’ schedules. It’s especially tricky when you have a senior in high school.