The latest news on college admissions
If it's not possible to visit every college on your list, you can still convey your interest.
The best antidote for academic burnout could be taking a year off from school before college.
College admissions counselors spill the beans on writing a good essay.
Take tours and meet admissions folks, but make sure you or your child tests out schools in other ways.
Here are some things to consider when making your short list of colleges.
Students, parents, counselors, and college officials weigh in on taking a year off after high school.
About 240 colleges are still accepting applications throughout the summer.
From gingko trees to success coaches, schools are going all out to lure students and boost yield.
With May 1—Decision Day—around the corner, here are a few things to consider.
We ask high school counselors to pick top colleges for the U.S. News America's Best Colleges rankings.