The second in our series about mistakes people make when choosing a college. Don’t walk away from a school just because you think it might be too expensive.
The Financial Aid Shopping Sheet, intended to accompany colleges’ own financial aid letters, is designed to make it easier for students and families to compare financial aid offers from different colleges.
How much will your college degree cost? Get a look at the colleges that are graduating students with the most and the least amount of debt.
The prospect of college is exciting and overwhelming at the same time. This is the first in a series of posts that will help you avoid some basic mistakes when choosing where to apply and attend. Read on to find out how the cost of college should be on your radar right from the beginning.
What should you do if your financial circumstances change and you have a shortfall in your financial aid package? Contact the financial aid office.
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…..
In the case of divorce, who is financially responsible for paying for a student’s college education? The answer may surprise you.
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!