Planning For College Often Met With Expense, Anxiety David L. Marcus details the process in his new book, Acceptance, which tells the stories of seven graduating seniors in Long Island and what it took them to get accepted to college.

Planning For College Often Met With Expense, Anxiety

Planning For College Often Met With Expense, Anxiety

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Throngs of teenagers have left their parent's nest and are setting foot onto college campuses and universities as part of the Class of 2013. It marks the end of a long, expensive and mentally exhaustive process of applying for schools.

David L. Marcus details the process in his new book, Acceptance, which tells the stories of seven graduating seniors in Long Island and what it took them to get accepted to college.