Curious about where to find merit scholarships? Read this blog post for information and useful websites.
Need to understand the sometimes murky world of financial aid? Here’s an invaluable list of websites that can help you out!
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.
Curious how much merit aid the college of your choice is likely to give? Check out a new interactive listing of more than 600 colleges from Education Life, the higher education quarterly of the New York Times.
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.
FAFSA. PROFILE. COA. What does it all mean??? Read further for some help in understanding the language of financial aid.
Everything you always wanted to know about financial aid but didn’t know to ask! The first installment.
If you’re looking for a medium sized private college with small college perks, consider Ithaca in upstate New York.
College Essays are important not only to get accepted but also for scholarships.
One of our team visited Centre College in Kentucky–and loved it. Perhaps you will, too!