But don't let all the work you've done preparing for college go to waste over the summer. To stay prepared for your freshman year, follow these five tips (click on each tip to expand the full article).
Working during the summer is a great opportunity for high school students to earn money for college, and get some practical experience.
You'll spend a lot of money in college - and we're not even talking about tuition, loans, and other big ticket items! You'll also need some spending money. Here are four ways to save money before college and in college.
Keep your mind fresh this summer. Without reading and keeping your mind active this summer, day one of college classes will be a rude awakening.
Deciding what to major in at college is a daunting task for many high school seniors across the country. You'll have the free time during the summer to consider what your interests are and consider some majors.
There are a lot of items you'll need for college that you most likely do not have now. A laundry bag? How about a mini-fridge? The extra-long bed sheets? Check out the list to see what you have vs. what you're missing.
An early congratulations is due for graduating! Enjoy, but stay on top of your college planning game plan!