Author Archives: Taylor Cotter

Revealing Adversities in College Applications

It is both too difficult and too easy for 17-year-olds to look back on their lives and think about the adversities that they have faced. Some simply cannot remember a time in which they had to take a stand, make a difficult choice, accept blame, or face up to their insecurities. Others are very easy […]

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Top 10 Tips to Reduce College Move-In Day Stress

by Heidi LeCount Move-in day for incoming freshmen is an exciting day. But with so many unknowns, it can also be quite stressful for first-year college students and their families. The best way to ensure your first memories at college are ones to cherish instead of ones you’d like to forget, is to follow these […]


BostInno: 5 Boston Education Blogs Worth Reading

StudentAdvisor is honored to be featured with brands like Startup Institute, Smarterer, and Boundless on BostInno’s list of the 5 Boston Education Blogs Worth Reading! Thanks to Michelle Higginson for including us on this list  – we are thrilled to be in such great company! What topics would you like to see us cover more on our blog? […]


Scholarship Sweepstakes – Last Day to Enter!

Today is the LAST day to enter’s Scholarship Share-a-thon Sweepstakes! To celebrate the launch of ScholarshipAdvisor, our free scholarship search site and app, we are giving away $10,000 in scholarships and daily prizes during our Scholarship Share-a-thon Sweepstakes. Today is the last day to enter to win our $5,000 grand prize and $1,000 runner-up prizes! […]


Scholarship Saturday: Military Scholarships

The team wants to wish everyone a happy and safe Memorial Day weekend, and wanted to say a huge thank you to our troops and veterans! Celebrate Memorial Day by taking some time to check out ScholarshipAdvisor, and our scholarships for military personnel and families. Though scholarship season is winding down, this weekend marks […]

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A Financial Aid Appeal is NOT a Negotiation

Watch the latest video at <a href=””></a> Watch Dean discuss financial aid appeals on The Willis Report with Gerri Willis, FOX Business. What is a financial aid appeal? If you receive a financial aid offer that does not cover your cost of tuition, you may be eligible to file a financial aid appeal for an improved award. […]


Win a $5000 Scholarship in the ScholarshipAdvisor Share-a-thon Sweepstakes!

To celebrate the launch of ScholarshipAdvisor, our free scholarship search site and app, we are giving away $10,000 in scholarships and daily prizes during our Scholarship Share-a-thon Sweepstakes.  To enter: Visit and complete the simple registration form. Share your personalized link to win additional entries As a user, you are already registered and eligible to use […]


ScholarshipAdvisor is a Top 20 Education App

We’re so excited to have made the top 20! Searching for scholarships has never been easier. In January, StudentAdvisor released ScholarshipAdvisor, a free scholarship search application for iPhone and iPad. Thanks to the support of our users, ScholarshipAdvisor has become a Top 20 education app and has helped thousands of students find the money they need […]


StudentAdvisor Launches ScholarshipAdvisor –

Today, launches the web version of our popular iPhone and iPad application, ScholarshipAdvisor. ScholarshipAdvisor, an extension of StudentAdvisor, is part of our commitment to help students make the most out of their time and money spent in college. ScholarshipAdvisor allows you to search for scholarships, bookmark those of interest to you, and keep on […]


Online Education Model Shapes Tomorrow’s Leaders

21st century technology paves way for Ashford University graduates. South Dakota’s first secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs, a global Fortune 100 company’s top executive, and a Colorado chief of police have something in common – all three turned to Ashford University’s 21st century online education model to advance their careers and become leaders […]

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Adult Education: 5 Reasons To Build a Relationship With Your Advisor

How can adult students develop a relationship with their college advisor that will last beyond their years at college? Ian Kelley of The 30 Something Student share his insight. Read more…