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How to Make the Most of College Visits
Your son or daughter should use the college visit as an important -- but not the only -- criterion for making his or her final choice. Remember, he or she may be living on campus for four important years.

 

One Way to Save for College
It’s easy for new parents to rationalize that they have 18 years to put aside money for their baby’s college education, but it’s also never too early to start thinking long term. Save early and let the money work for you.

 

The Longest Goodbye
Move-in day is not the time to discuss your hopes and dreams for your child, or to expect her to talk about her anxieties and expectations. It's the day for unpacking and then a loving but firm goodbye.

 

Off to College!
If your child is planning to go away to college in the fall, it is not too soon to start planning for the transition.

 

Plan Now for College Visits
If your child is a high school junior, you probably are thinking about visiting colleges this spring. Seniors might want to check out some schools they are considering for next fall.

 

Off to College!
If your child is planning to go away to college in the fall, it is not too soon to start planning for the transition.

 








 
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