Families often ask me for guidance on selecting the best community service and leadership development programs for their students. I recently came across a program.
What your financial aid package will look like at each college to which you apply is completely unpredictable. And no two packages will look the same. Here’s why…..
What kind of information is needed to complete the FAFSA? Whose assets are evaluated? Read on for a quick overview.
If you’re looking for financial aid, then the FAFSA and CSS Profile are your starting point. Read on to get the basics about what these forms are all about.
Stafford Loans. Pell Grants. SEOG. Plus Loans. Work-Study. HELP! What do they all mean? If you’re baffled by what are all of the different financial aid instruments, who gets them, and how they differ, then read on!
A private college education doesn’t have to be beyond the reach of most students, even if they are in need of significant financial aid. Read more to learn why students in need of aid should consider both public and private institutions.
Everything you always wanted to know about financial aid but didn’t know to ask! The first installment.
English language challenges are everywhere with problematic communications from colleges. This time a letter from Northeastern University gives a student a questionable impression of the school.
Everybody makes mistakes, even colleges and universities. Check out Clark University’s Common App vocabulary problem. But remember, to err is human, to forgive divine!