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Online Courses for On-Campus Students

This might seem like an oxymoron, but it’s happening at colleges everywhere. By Anne Vaccaro Brady Last semester, my son took what’s called a “hybrid” course: the lectures were taught online but discussions and quizzes were in a classroom on … Continue reading

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With the College Decision Made, What’s Next for your Senior?

The hardest part is done, but there are a few things left on the to-do list. by Anne Vaccaro Brady You can all breathe a little easier now, but don’t forget about these items. Schedule orientation If they haven’t already, … Continue reading

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When Your College Freshman Needs Help

Taking advantage of campus resources makes it easier to survive the first semester.  by Anne Vaccaro Brady With midterms over, your freshman might realize he’s having some trouble. Provide parental advice, but also direct him to the various resources available on campus. Today, … Continue reading

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After the College Decision, Second Thoughts

Here’s what your high school senior may be feeling now that he’s picked a college. by Anne Vaccaro Brady The deposit is in, the housing questionnaire filled out, orientation scheduled and now your teen may be wondering if he chose the right college. Don’t worry, … Continue reading

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