Refinancing vs. Consolidation: What's the Difference?

Refinancing vs. Consolidation: What's the Difference?

If you have graduated from college and you have student loans, you are not alone. Studies show that about 70% of college grads have student debt in their name. If you fall into this majority, you are probably already counting down the days until you are student-debt free.

Applying for Financial Aid is Well Worth the Effort!

One of the biggest mistakes college bound students and their families make is that they don't apply for financial aid ...

Bristol Location of College Planning Center Closing

We regret to announce that the branch of the College Planning Center located at 576 Metacom Ave in Bristol, RI will be ...

Are we relying too much on tech for college planning?

After I graduated from college, I decided it was time to leave New England and explore. I moved to Atlanta, a city I had ...

Preparing for a College Interview

Are you preparing for a college interview or are you on the fence about setting up a college interview? College interviews ...

Why college internships are beneficial to all students [Infographic]

If you are thinking of forgoing a college internship before you graduate, you may want to think again. Internships ...

7 Tips for Writing a College Essay

Oh... the dreaded college essay. You may be thinking, "what in the world am I going to write about?" or "I can't mess this ...

Managing your money like an adult [Infographic]

You've recently graduated from college. Congratulations! Over the past four years, you have grown into an adult, and now you ...

College Planning Tips for October

Fall is here and so are corn mazes, pumpkin spiced lattes and apple flavored desserts. Don't get too caught up in all of the ...