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Is Early Decision or Early Action Right for You?

Short answer: Maybe.
Early Decision I and II
Early decision applications create a binding contract between you and the school.

“You’re pretty much saying you’re my first choice,” says Pete Tarini, a counselor […]

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What the CLEP?

Find out if CLEP exams can help you earn college credit.
The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) allows you to earn college credit while you’re still in high school. That may sound […]

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10 Reasons to Attend a State College

Learn more about all of the opportunities available after high school.
When you hear the word “college,” what comes to mind? Do you think of the big state universities that are […]

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Tough Questions to Ask on a Campus Tour

How many students graduate in four years?

How many students are employed or enrolled in […]

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Make Your Own Major. Make Your Own Life.

You’ve been told you have to pick a major, but what if you could make your own?
At most Florida colleges and universities, you can do just that. Sometimes it’s called […]

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I Need Money for College! NOW WHAT?

Think you can’t afford college? Think again.
For many students, cost is a big deterrent to attending college. And with the average annual in-state college tuition in Florida being around $13,600 […]

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Real LIFE. Real DEBT.

When Khiem Nguyen, 31, graduated from the University of Miami in 2009, he hadn’t just earned a degree. He had also accumulated more than $30,000 in student loan debt. When […]

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How to Handle Your First Year Away from Home

Three skills you have to master to build the life you want.
It’s finally here! The moment you’ve been waiting for. You graduated from high school and are now ready to […]

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Like Money in Your Pocket – Scholarship Guide

Landing the right scholarship could be the difference between graduating debt-free or paying off loans for years and years.
Get a head start on your scholarship search with this list of […]

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What If I Hate My Roommate?

Sharing space, stuff and bills with another person can be challenging.
For many students, the dorms are your first experience living independently (as in, no parents!) with people your own age. […]

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