College admissions and finance advice from the experts. The Insider blog is where College Coach experts weigh in on the latest college admissions topics. We cover everything from application timelines and strategies to tips on financing your child's education.
In the continuation of our identity-based scholarship series, we’re sharing scholarship resources for teen parents.
The FAFSA allows you to choose 10 schools to receive your form, but what if you’re applying to more than 10? Watch this video for advice!
Tune into this episode of Getting In: A College Coach Conversation to learn how sample college essays can lead you astray, including the popular Costco essay.
The Common App allows students to self-report their GPA and class rank. But should you? Watch this brief video for advice.
High school students in Sacramento have a special scholarship opportunity awarded by the MLK Celebration Committee. Learn more.
The UC system approaches the essay portion of the college application a little differently than other schools. Follow these 4 tips for success!
In the continuation of our Meet an Admissions Counselor series, we introduce Karen Spencer. Karen worked in admissions at Georgetown and Franklin & Marshall.
The PROFILE application asks, “How much will your parents contribute to the student’s educational costs?” Watch this video for tips on how to answer.
Watch this brief video to learn whose information you need to include on the FAFSA if your parents are divorced, separated, never married or share custody.
The Department of Education announced some temporary changes to the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program. Find out more.
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