Three Tips to Spring Forward

Dear Scholar, I hope you remain safe, happy, healthy, and well. As we move closer to spring, I wanted to share three quick tips to help you improve your grades, enjoy your summer, and improve your relationships. Tip 1: Turn in Your Work Whether you participate in class, turn in an assignment, complete an essay, …

Types of Colleges and Universities

There are incredible colleges and universities available for you. I want to take a few moments to highlight additional options for post-secondary learning. Although predominantly White institutions (PWIs) are one option for college, they are NOT the only option for college! Check out several important options below. HBCU Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are …

From Skill to Achievement

How do students move from learning a skill to achieving mastery? It all comes down to consistency and practice. Yes, AI. In order to move from skill to achievement, students need to practice every single day. Whether a student wants to learn to tie their shoes or study for Advanced Placement (AP) exams, students need …

The Power of FAFSA

Students and families, hear me: if you plan to attend college next year, apply for FASFA. FAFSA, also known as the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, allows colleges and universities to provide financial aid for college students. Financial aid means money! I want to share a few reasons why every student should apply for …