Let’s talk about college rankings. Start by listening to Malcolm Gladwell’s podcast, “Lord of the Rankings” and its sequel, “Project Dillard.” I learned about the ranking methodology USNews uses while studying independent educational consulting at UC Irvine (it’s also posted
College brochures are listed alphabetically without “College” or “University” as part of the name.
Yes! Make sure that you hire someone who is vetted by an organization like HECA or IECA. Is it fair to hire a college consultant? As Kelvin Guanghui He (“He” is part of his name) said on LinkedIn: There is
Florida Southern College is a private, loosely Methodist-affiliated, liberal arts college established in 1883, the oldest private college in Florida. It lies just to the west of Orlando in the center of the state in Lakeland. The campus has been
Two small colleges in one Florida town–Lakeland–are as dissimilar as the U.S. Naval Academy and St. John’s College in Annapolis: Florida Polytechnic University and Florida Southern College. Florida Polytechnic opened in 2012, becoming the twelfth institution in the Florida public
Financial aid expert Claire Law discusses money matters with Harry, the father of a high school junior. His son will be graduating high school in 2022, and his daughter will graduate in 2025. The biological parents divorced and both remarried.
Claire Law is a Certified Educational Planner and author of “How to Control Your College Costs,” to be released this spring. In this video, Karen A. Hott of Two Bridges College Consulting interviews Claire with real questions from actual parents
When financial aid award letters come in from colleges, you may find that each college has its own way of presenting financial awards. It can be like comparing apples to oranges. In this free webinar, Karen Hott of Two Bridges