Is your financial aid offer less than you expected it to be? Pen an appeal for a chance at more money.
Make a list. Check it, well, more than twice. Your first step to finding your niche is starting your college list. From there, it’s all about choosing the schools that support your goals.
Blame it on the pandemic—but in a good way. Colleges are now refocusing on applicant qualities other than test scores to help them find the best and the brightest.
With increased expert research and ever-present interest from those with intellectual disabilities, college campuses are now more than ever equipped to provide an inclusive education. We outline all you need to know about attending college if you have an intellectual or learning disability.
Students with intellectual or learning disabilities have increasingly inclusive options for obtaining a college education and reaching their career goals. We detail best way to find the school that will help you succeed.