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Zoey 101

Zoey 101 — and other Nickelodeon shows — captured the attention of much of this generation of college students. But one first-year student is finding college to be even better than fiction. [READ FULL POST]

Long distance map

Sure, financial aid and program rankings are important. But so is the less academic-sounding stuff: the relationships that get you to and through college. In part one of a three-part series, an insider uncovers the world of long-distance relationships between home and college. [READ FULL POST]

Compass and map

Everyone needs a little guidance. Here's why and how you should make an appointment with your high school counselor or, if you're already in college, with your academic advisor. [READ FULL POST]

Check in with the U.S. Under Secretary for Education and one of his congressional colleagues to hear some of the best ways to fund your college education. [READ FULL POST]

A current college student talks about how to follow Amy Poehler's advice and enjoy being yourself — once you get to college and while you're still in high school. [READ FULL POST]

New York Times columnist and author says to Colorado college-seekers: Get uncomfortable, and “use” the college you go to. [READ FULL POST]

If you're getting toward the end of high school and don't know what you want to major in, never fear. Colleges and universities have lots of resources — and opportunities — to help you decide. [READ FULL POST]