May 30, 2017

Five Reasons to Be Concerned About Freshman Retention

If you visit regularly you might think that I’m infatuated with statistics, since I use so many in posts and profiles. Actually, I am far, far from the greatest of math-letes. But I try to find the numbers that should mean the most to any student and their family in […]
September 2, 2015

It’s Not Too Early for College Freshmen to Get Serious About College Costs

Today the second of a two-part series on personal finance for college freshmen, Top 5 Money Saving Tips for When Starting College, appeared on HuffPost College today. Co-authored by economist Lisa Kaess, founder/producer of, and myself, this article provides tips about managing some of the indirect costs–those that do not appear on […]
September 2, 2015

Its Not Too Early for College Freshmen to Get Serious About Personal Finance

  Yesterday Huff Post College ran an article,  Top 5 Tips for College Success and Beyond, co-authored by Lisa Kaess, founder and producer of and myself. This is the first of two articles where Lisa and I will provide personal finance tips for incoming college freshmen. This first article covers “macro” tips […]