There is still time to try to find some scholarship money to help pay that big tuition bill.
Students applying for financial aid don’t have to spend a dime, all they have to do is log onto the government website FAFSA.gov. A site with a similar name is causing controversy.
College applications are up at local colleges and universities, but more students are having a harder time keeping up with their college loans.
The first step in finding financial aid is to meet with the guidance counselor and see what recommendations they have.
I have been thinking about college planning this week! Because….
How do you plan to pay for college?
This was the first program available to offer any kind of a tax break for parents trying to save for college but now there are better alternatives available.
Jack Wilson, President of UMASS, discusses the expansion of financial aid available for UMASS students due to the success of UMASS online and UMASS Law School.
Eileen O’Leary, Assistant VP of Financial Aid at Stonehill College, discusses how colleges determine awarding Merit Aid Scholarships and how decisions in Congress will affect the future of Pell Grants.
Kim Clark, Senior Writer for Money Magazine, breaks down how a family can afford to pay for college as well as her article, Six Steps in Beating the Shortage of Financial Aid in US News & World Report