Even if you've already read that PPY will take effect on October 1, 2016, you may have questions about what this change really means for you, your parents, and your college search. We'll address some of those questions here... and for those who don't yet know what PPY stands for, this is your place to start.
Before you clean out your locker and say farewell to school bells for the next three months, there are a few people you, as a soon-to-be high school senior, should speak to. It may feel like one more thing that's keeping you from summertime fun, but getting in touch with everyone on this list now will put you in a better place to begin your college search in September.
The end of junior year means one thing: you're that much closer to the college search! To set yourself up for senior-year success, try one (or all) of these ideas. Don't worry, you'll still have plenty of time for fun and relaxation.
If studying for exams, finalizing your college plans, and managing a case of senioritis have you feeling overwhelmed, remember: you're almost there. To help you tackle the home stretch of high school, we've handpicked these study tips, motivational quotes, and other pieces of advice from the Twitterverse.
By now, we're sure you've received a handful of college acceptances in the mail. But if you're holding out hope for a school that waitlisted you, there are a few things you can be doing to stay front-of-mind to admissions counselors. Start here...
If you've received some exciting news from Becker College recently, we want to extend another well-deserved 'Congratulations!' In just two weeks, you and your family are invited to join the Becker community for a day designed to show you what it's like to be a Becker student.
For many students and their families, the thought of paying for a private education can raise some concerns. At Becker, we're committed to helping you finance the education of your dreams, and want you to understand exactly how you can do so. For our answers to some of the most frequently asked financial aid questions, read on.
You're confident in your application, but you also know that admissions committees will sift through hundreds of others to craft the ideal Class of 2020. With that in mind, you might be wondering how you can continue to make yourself stand out once your application is out of your hands. Here's what to do.
No matter how far high school graduation may seem, it's never too early for college-bound juniors to start preparing. Using these (totally doable) tips, you can set yourself up for a smoother senior year, a stronger application, and a better decision-making process overall. Start here...
Your recommendation letter is in, your SAT scores have been sent, and your application is filled out. All you have left to do is press submit... right after you ask yourself these five important questions.