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July 26, 2016

As we send our kids off to college, the list of worries swirling around in our heads seems to grow exponentially: Will my child be able to handle the work? Make friends? Stay healthy? Stay safe? But what if your child has already faced the major challenge of sobriety in high school?  The temptations built into college life may seem insurmountable. 
 

The good news is that colleges have begun to recognize the importance of...

July 26, 2016

It's probably not the first thing you'll think about, but campus safety should be an important consideration when it comes time to make a college decision.  Particularly in an era when we hear so much about sexual assault on college campuses, parents need to do some digging into issues of safety on-campus and in the area surrounding a campus before they send their children away from home for the first time.

Many individual co...

July 26, 2016

When all the other kids stopped playing doctor, did yours continue to wear a stethoscope around her neck and carry a reflex hammer in her hand?  For kids that know they want to be physicians, there are some nifty programs that can get them there faster and/or without the anxiety of having to apply to medical school.  There are plenty of combined BS/MD or BA/MD programs that guarantee acceptance into medical school, provided yo...

July 26, 2016

So how much is it actually gonna cost to send your kid to college?  The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) determines how much money your family is expected to contribute to your child’s college education, and is used to establish how much your child will be offered in grants, work study, and loans.  This critical part of the application process is changing this year.In years past, January 1 was the earliest you...

July 26, 2016

If your child is a rising senior, with any luck, he has begun to give thought to writing the essays that will accompany the college applications he submits in the fall.  Even if your kid is unsure of where he’ll apply, for many students the chances are good that they will ultimately need to write the UC and Common App essays, so they can start there—now! 

Once the process has begun, there are a great many things to consi...

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