You may have heard last week that the University of California system – with 10 campuses enrolling over a quarter million students – announced it would be test optional for Fall 2021 admission....

May 1 is traditionally National College Decision Day. Typically, schools require that students choose where they will enroll by submitting an enrollment deposit on or before May 1....

Online classes or some modified version of schooling at home is the new reality for a large majority of students in the country.  The coronavirus pandemic has created huge education adjustments for everyone involved – students, parents, and teachers. Many are now worried – especially...

Coronavirus cancelations seem to be coming in from all directions – schools, weddings, concerts, even the Olympics have either been canceled or rescheduled. The SAT and ACT are no exception. It’s likely that your spring test schedule (along with your other schedules) looks very different...

The coronavirus has drastically altered life around the world, and while college admissions isn’t life and death, it’s safe to say that the admissions process has been upended. Colleges around the country have canceled in person classes and most have adopted an online format for...

In light of all the media focused on the so-called Independent Educational Consultant (IEC) William Rick Singer out of Newport Beach and his company Edge College & Career Network, also known as The Key, I felt the need to write!...