All you want to know as you make that choice about where you'll be attending college.
Online data can help you target schools that are more likely to admit you and are generous with financial aid.
Some advice on how parents can help their kids without overdoing it.
College-bound students can visit with representatives from more than 120 colleges during the Omaha Area College Fair. The fair is Sept. 23, from 1 to 4 p.m., at the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Sapp Fieldhouse at 60th and Dodge Streets. Admission is free. Free parking is available in lots or garages.
A tour has an intrinsic value that a website doesn't hold. It's like car shopping. "You're not going to buy a car without a test drive," says college-planning pro.
You have your plush comforter, shower shoes and Command strips and are as ready as can be. But friends? That’s one area in which you might feel a little less prepared. If the thought of making friends makes you want to cry in a corner or persuade your mom to get another degree so she can be your campus bestie, you’re not alone. Here is some advice on how to make friends as a freshman.
Most students start out on campus, but many later consider other living options.