Understand the admissions factors college admissions officials consider in an student to build a great application.
The Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the basis on which colleges decide financial aid, so it is important students and parents fill them out.
The CSS/Profile, like the Free Application for Financial Student Aid (FAFSA), it is used to determine how much money a college will offer you.
In the spring of senior year, students receive decisions from colleges. Here are LifeLaunchr's tips for making your college decision wisely.
Researching colleges systematically and carefully is critical to building a list that genuinely fits the student.
Most campus tours will focus on amenities and prestige factors But as a parent helping your child, here are questions you should be asking at a campus tour.
To make a good college list, focus on finding good fits, rather than chasing after the highest-ranked colleges. Rankings are arbitrary.
Some colleges require or offer the opportunity for students to have an interview as part of their college admissions process. Here's how to ace an interview.
Building a college list is one of the most critical parts of the college application process, ensuring that college doesn't turn into a $200,000 mistake.
A good letter of recommendation, especially in the shadow of COVID-19. can be a real difference-maker in college applications. Here's what you need to know about asking for a letter of recommendation.