September 4, 2020
While many college courses may have become virtual, students are still expected to have the required materials – with that in mind here’s a helpful list of eight websites that offer free college textbooks.
September 2, 2020
Colleges are increasingly releasing updates to their instructional plans that shift most, if not all, of students’ coursework online. But not all colleges have reduced their costs as a result of these changes.
August 31, 2020
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is regularly updating their website with information for college students and administrators on how colleges, universities, and higher learning can plan, prepare, and respond to concerns and questions relating to COVID-19.
August 29, 2020
With the end of summer drawing near, college students and their parents are preparing for a new semester. But for most, going back to school this year will likely look a lot different amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
August 27, 2020
According to a recent study, if college campuses want to remain open this fall, it may take frequent screening of college students.
August 25, 2020
To help recent grads, a research firm catered to small business owners, found the top 10 jobs hiring for entry-level gigs.
August 23, 2020
As the situation continues to develop, legislators are taking an active role in addressing both the immediate and long-term challenges related to the outbreak. As many colleges close on-campus housing and dining, legislators have introduced bills to ensure students receive refunds for room and board expenses. Other states are considering bills that would pause the collection of payments on state held student loans. Pending legislation also requires higher education institutions to develop and expand emergency preparedness and response plans. Legislators are also exploring strategies to address funding and appropriations for public colleges and universities.
August 21, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way students live and learn. Colleges have closed their campuses and moved classes online; some have decided to no longer require standardized tests such as the SAT or ACT for admissions; and many have opted to use pass/fail grading. Some of these changes will be temporary, but others may be permanent.
August 20, 2020
During these uncertain times college students, rising high school seniors, and their families are faced with difficult decisions. Thankfully, our friends at College Counseling Headquarters – led by Dr. Niki Mendrinos with 20 years of experience in higher education, specifically in college admissions – are here to provide guidance and support.
July 28, 2020
In this video, Princeton Review Editor-in-Chief Rob Franek spoke with Drew University President MaryAnn Baenninger, who offered advice for current college students and college-bound seniors.