I’ve been cranking out college blog posts for the past two years. (It makes me tired just thinking about it.) During this time, I’ve been pretty much picking college topics to write about that interest me as a mom and journalist.
I hope that the topics that I’ve chosen, including scholarships, college costs, financial aid, SAT and ACT tests, college rankings, have been helpful to all of you who have dropped by. I am assuming that I’m on target at least some of the time since the number of my blog visitors continues to grow.
Yesterday, however, it occurred to me that I should ask my college blog readers what they’d like me to cover. I figured this is a good time to pose this question because I will be attending a huge college conference late next week in St. Louis (my hometown). The annual convention of the National Association for College Admission Counseling will be crawling with smart, savvy higher-ed folks who know far more than I do about any college issues. I particularly like talking with the experts who will candidly share with me the real scoop about what’s going on in the higher-ed industry. And folks, it is an industry.
College eBook Giveaway
Anyway, if you have topics that you’d like me to cover on my college blog in the future, please post a comment on this blog post. I will send an electronic copy of my college eBook (it’s in PDF form) to the visitors who post the best comments/questions. The eBook, Shrinking the Cost of College: 152 Ways to Cut the Price of a Bachelor’s Degree, which is only available on my website, is a money-saving workbook that can help families, regardless of their incomes, make college more affordable.
Can’t wait to hear from you.