Here’s what high school upperclassmen should know for their college search and applications during the coronavirus pandemic
Every year, parent questions crop up about health forms for new college students, including HIPAA authorization and medical power of attorney. Tips on what you should know.
Colleges Are Freezing Tuition and Fees as Classes Move Online. Here's How Much That Actually Saves Students
Tuition payments at Texas A&M University come due in just 10 days. But rising junior Hayley Jarjoura — and more than 8,000 of her fellow Aggies — don’t think they should have to pay the full rate for online classes.
Whether you’re transferring to a new school for fall 2020 or you’re planning to transfer in fall 2021, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic is going to add (or already has added) a layer of considerations to the transfer admission process.
Tuition Insurance and Coronavirus: What to Know Before You Buy it for Your College Student's Fall Semester
College may be the biggest purchase outside of a mortgage you make in your lifetime. Here’s what you need to know about how tuition refund insurance works and how much it costs.
For millions of students with parents suddenly out of work, paying for college just got a whole lot harder.
With internship season looming, the coronavirus has thrown student plans for the summer into disarray. What to know about internships in 2020.
With the novel coronavirus creating uncertainty around a traditional campus experience this fall, some high school seniors are considering postponing college for a year.
With hundreds of college campuses closed by COVID-19, high school seniors and their families are wondering how they’re supposed to make a decision about where to attend.
More Parents Are Borrowing to Pay for Their Kids' College. Here's How to Do It Without Risking Your Own Future
The fastest-growing segment of education borrowers, people over 60 are increasingly taking loans for children and grandchildren’s educations. Today, 3.6 million parents owe a collective $95 billion.
Steps to take in each decade to manage your wealth in preparation for retirement.
Families need to do their homework to learn what a college provides to students with learning differences/disabilities. Students can be successful, but they need to understand what is their responsibility to handle.
Many retirees are living longer, healthier, and more active lives according to Reimagining Retirement, an April 2019 report from Wells Fargo Investment Institute, and it’s reshaping what retirement looks like—and how those investing for retirement should plan for it.