University Of Massachusetts
The University of Massachusetts Medical School has laid off 63 employees, citing financial concerns over potential reductions in state and federal funding in coming years.
The University of Massachusetts flagship Amherst campus is making it easier for graduates of the state’s two-year community colleges to attend — and afford — the four-year school.
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
Dee Lee, discusses how and why students should take on responsibility of college costs
What websites are most clear, objective and helpful to learn about financial aid?
Q&A with the audience and panel: Is the cost of private high school worth it? And, what are colleges doing to keep the costs down each year?
Co-Signing loans to help students, Federal loans vs. private loans to pay for college.
Q&A with audience and panel: how do you find scholarships for current college students?