The (Un)likelihood of a College Athletic Scholarship

By |2019-05-16T21:11:31+00:00May, 14, 2019|Paying for College, Scholarships, Uncategorized|

High school students participate in sports for a variety of reasons: they thrive on the physical challenge, they enjoy the camaraderie of the team, they are motivated by competition, etc.  Whatever your reasons, hopefully the chance of a college athletic scholarship is not high on your list.  The odds of [...]

5 Hacks to Free College Tuition

By |2019-05-07T19:12:54+00:00May, 7, 2019|College Preparation, FAFSA, Financial Aid, Paying for College, Scholarships|

Guest blog post by Dia Kline, former Discovery College Consulting client My "5 Hacks To Free College Tuition" helped me achieve my end game: zero loans, zero debt. Yes, every situation is unique but these hacks will help any student and their family prepare for college and its increasingly absurd [...]

How to Assess a College’s Value

By |2018-11-13T19:39:08+00:00November, 13, 2018|Careers, College Majors, College Rankings, College Research, Paying for College|

As the cost of college climbs higher, more students and parents are approaching the college search with a new focus: Return on Investment (ROI).  Essentially, this is a calculation of the value of a degree from a certain college.  It involves determining the amount of money it will cost a [...]

Tuition Insurance? Yep, That’s a Thing

By |2018-09-16T21:38:06+00:00August, 29, 2018|Paying for College|

What do the following have in common: cars, homes, health, life, college tuition?  That last one may have thrown you, but if you said insurance is available for all of them, you'd be right.  (And I sort of gave away the answer in the title of this blog post.) Although [...]