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The Critical Years

“The Critical Years” Why your child’s earliest years of learning are critical to their future by Mallory Provost As parents, we watch our children transform from infants to toddlers to young children. Along the way, we witness the physical changes they undergo as we buy bigger clothes, bigger shoes, and ever more groceries for them, […]

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Approaching and Accessing Scholarships

According to a survey conducted by U.S. News, out of the 1,076 ranked colleges that participated, 22 percent of undergraduates received a merit scholarship in the 2019-2020 school year. Merit scholarships are awarded to students with a special skill or talent. With the high price tag on colleges, seeking a scholarship that supports your interests […]

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How has COVID Affected Trends in College & Graduate School?

In 2020, COVID-19 changed the world as we knew it. Between masks, quarantining, and illness, a domino effect of change was sent like shockwaves through society. Not to be spared, college and graduate school trends were impacted from the rippling effects of our “new normal”. Over the last two years, colleges have had to face […]

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What You Should Know as a First-Generation College Student

Many students see college as a rite of passage, a requisite step in the educational process, informed in part by their parents’ and grandparents’ recounting of adventures with roommates and of courses with inspiring professors. Some students aspire to attend a parent’s alma mater, while others are determined to forge a new path for themselves. […]

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