Monday, July 4, 2022

The Ohio Department of Insurance created an insurance checklist to help college students and parents ensure appropriate financial protections are in place.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, only about one-quarter of those working in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, widely referred to as “STEM,” are women.
College application

The college application process can be a tedious one, but it’s important to take it seriously.
college parents

Whether you’re sending your first child off to college or your fourth, helping your teen decide on a college can be stressful for both the child and the parent.
Test

Tests are only one factor used for college admission and scholarship decisions. All grades count after eighth grade.
OSU plant pathology

Choosing a college or university because it has the program you want to study and it will be a good fit for you are good reasons to choose it.

Although college can be the next chapter in a student’s education, many teenagers choose to attend trade school.
Picking a college

Picking a college or university because it's where your parents want you to go is not a good reason to base your decision on.

Jill Byers, Ohio State ATI admission counselor, shares five things students should focus on when applying to colleges and universities.
pencils

As college acceptance letters arrive in the mail, another important document is not far behind: financial aid letters.