Hidden fees are everywhere, including on college financial aid letters. Here’s how to ID them, and maybe even get rid of them.
Three things to do before, during and after the college application process that you may not realize.
Throwing toast, dressing like a dragon and gorging on surf-and-turf are just some of the ways Ivy League students let loose on campus.
High school students have long stressed over the SATs. But the admissions landscape is changing, and so are attitudes about standardized testing. So we’re covering a few ways to prepare for and not freak out over SAT testing.
Talking with your financial aid officer can make all the difference when it comes to paying for college.
If you cringe when someone asks your college major, it might be time to sit down, sort things out and make a plan for your future.
For Kamia, choosing an HBCU was all about the family feels. At Bethune-Cookman, she’s carrying on the legacy of her own family and becoming a part of an academic one.
Aariella K. Houston attends not one but two HBCUs. She talks about why she avoided PWIs and opted for HBCUs, which offered her more support and a chance to earn a dual degree.
Having come from a majority-white high school, Grace Jackson wanted a college where she could immerse herself in a legacy of Black excellence. She found Tuskegee University.