Factors to Consider When Choosing a University for Your Child

Are you looking for the perfect university to send your child to? With so many options available, it can be overwhelming trying to decide which school is right for them. When considering a university, there are several key factors that should be taken into account. Taking the time to research each potential school will help ensure you make an informed decision that will set your child up for future success.

Factors to Consider When Choosing a University for Your Child

10 Things to Check Off for a High School Graduation

Is your Senior getting ready for a high school graduation? It is truly such a bittersweet time. You have feelings of "Yay! We made it!" to "oh no my baby is turning into a grown up". With all these feelings, comes the festivities and events leading up to the big day. For many students, senior year involves lots of homework, lack of sleep, deadlines, and essays plus college research, college applications, counselor meetings, and scholarship deadlines.

10 Things to Check Off for a High School Graduation

Here is a check list to help you celebrate your senior for their graduation day:

How to Help Your Children Find the Top Student Accommodation

Finding the right student accommodation for your child can be an intimidating task. Whether your child is starting college or university, you want to make sure they find a place that fits their needs and preferences – one that both feels safe and secure and provides access to quality education. As parents, it's natural to worry about where our children will live when away from home, so having the tools to help make this decision easier can be invaluable. In this blog post, we'll guide you through how to help your children navigate finding the best possible student accommodation – helping them create a comfortable space within which they can learn, grow and engage with new experiences.

How to Help Your Children Find the Top Student Accommodation

Ways for Parents to Help Their Children Transition to College

Remember how you felt when you were going to college for the first time? You felt excited, eager, nervous, and perhaps a little overwhelmed at the thought of turning the next chapter in your life. Now, your child is going through the same thing. As a parent, ensuring your teenager's college experience is a happy and successful time should be your priority.

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Is University The Best Route for Your Children?

Starting a family, parents are often overwhelmed with the desire to make sure their children have access to all the opportunities that maybe they didn’t have themselves when they were growing up. This is such a natural urge - to create a life that is hopefully better.

So anyone who has sat and tried to instil the discipline of homework and study in their children knows that it is a stress-inducing battle.

3 Topics to Bring Up with Your College-Bound Student

Whether or not you have already sent some kids to college, it’s important to have some time to talk to your student about making responsible choices while they are at school. Even if they don’t appear to be listening to you, parents are still one of the most important sources of information for young adults. There are several things you may want to speak with them about before they head off.

How Moms Can Further Their Education without Sacrificing Time at Home

Moms who want to further their education often feel that they don't have the time or energy to devote to schoolwork. However, there are many different strategies that can help moms balance their responsibilities at home with pursuing an education. It's important to remember that furthering your education doesn't have to mean sacrificing time with your family. Here are some tips for making it work.

Top Tips for University Students to Get Rid of Math Phobia

Math is a subject that many students find challenging and difficult to learn. Some people suffer from math phobia, and it can be difficult to get rid of this phobia, especially when you are in university or college.

You might not feel motivated or interested in doing your math assignments, and even if you do, they might be incomplete or incorrect.

How to Go Back to College as a Parent

Becoming a parent is one of the most exciting and unforgettable moments of your life. It may be a responsibility, but raising a child is something a lot of people look forward to. But becoming a parent doesn't mean that's all there is to you. You're not just mom or dad. You have your own wants, needs, thoughts and goals. One of them might be enhancing your college education. You may think that going to college while being a parent is difficult, and while juggling two of the biggest responsibilities can be a challenge, it's far from impossible. In this post, we'll be going over how parents can go to back to college and remain organized.