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Classes – Seniors

Classes in college are arranged differently than they are in high school.  You will have gaps in time between classes.  Plan each day’s schedule carefully, including study time in addition to class time and social time. #Seniors

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HECA Conference was a BIG Success!

Hi everybody, I am headed home from my first trip to sunny California having attended the HECA (Higher Education Consultants Association) Conference.  What an awesome time I have had seeing my fellow IEC (Independent Education Consultant) friends and taking a

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Seniors: Here are some Local Scholarships you should pursue!

Did you know that there are some terrific Local Scholarships that you can pursue TODAY if you meet the requirements and TAKE ACTION!  Here is a short list with some brief descriptions: Boone County Education Association:  Do you plan to

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Dan Bisig is also Interviewed by Mike Saunders on the Influential Entrepreneur Radio Show

Hi Everybody, It has been a busy few days!  Last Friday I was also interviewed by Mike Saunders on his Influential Entrepreneur Radio Show along with my friend and co-author Ryan Clark.  Please click HERE to listen to the 30-minute

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February – JUNIORS: Time To Monitor Your Direction

JUNIORS:   Spring is a great time to make college visits!  It is ideal, but not always possible, to go to a college when school is in session so that you can get a better idea what a day is like

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February: SENIORS – Time to Monitor Your Future Direction

This is Dan Bisig at College and Beyond with your: College Planning Tip! February is a great “Time to Monitor Your Direction” as students make their first big adult decision.  Do not allow procrastination of indecisiveness to prevent you from

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Honoring those who have served…

Thank you to all the men and women who have served our country to protect our freedoms and allowed us to pursue our dreams.  We owe you a debt of gratitude. #VeteransDay

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Video to Watch on the NEW Coalition Application

The NEW Coalition Application Over 90 Colleges so far have joined together to offer a NEW Application Platform to allow students to apply to their colleges.  However this year, only 58 of the colleges will actually accept applications using this

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Memorial Day Weekend Special – College Entrance Game Plan – Your Comprehensive Guide To Collecting, Organizing And Funding College as early as the middle school years

Happy Memorial Day Weekend! Over the past year and a half, I have been working on a new book with Ryan Clark, a good friend who is also an Independent Educational Consultant from Charlotte, NC.  Ryan and I met at

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This month I have decided to share an interesting article from the Wall Street Journal that you should read, no matter what type of college you are considering attending in the future.  Please click on the title BELOW: “Do Elite

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