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Help Your Student Graduate College in Four Years, Part 2

The plan can be flexible, but the commitment must be firm for college students. By Anne Vaccaro Brady In my previous post, I discussed how making the right decisions in high school can impact whether a student graduates a four-year … Continue reading

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Understand What Makes a “Good” College for Your Student

It’s about more than bragging rights. By Anne Vaccaro Brady In talking with parents of high school juniors and seniors lately, I’ve been asked what makes a “good” college. The expected answer is ranking, selectivity and buzz, the last one … Continue reading

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College Freshmen Should Visit the Career Services Office

The resources available are invaluable, and endless. Read on to learn more. By Anne Vaccaro Brady Students and parents are often introduced to Career Services during orientation, even at open houses or accepted students’ events. Colleges want the office to … Continue reading

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Prepping Your College Freshman for the Second Semester

Whether a boarder or a commuter, your freshman likely faced a few blips the first semester.  by Anne Vaccaro Brady Don’t send your freshman back to college without addressing the issues that tripped them up last semester. Talking through some … Continue reading

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