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Category: Financial Aid / Scholarships


Yesterday I made a presentation for College Week Live: “How ACT & SAT Scores Can Lower Your Tuition Bill.” You can login and listen to the 40-minute presentation here. I give multiple examples showing how higher test scores can save Read more…


  Whether you are a high school freshman, a current college student, or a graduate student, you can find scholarships to help pay for your education. In addition to working with the guidance counseling or financial aid office at your Read more…


  Today I want to list some actions you can take now that will make life easier throughout the rest of this school year improve your financial aid awards. This information is immediately relevant to families with high school seniors Read more…


  I heard that when applying to college not to say that you need financial aid, but when you get accepted, then go ahead and fill out financial aid information.  Is this correct?  My daughter will be working on her Read more…


Graduation time once again. I love hearing about college plans from students I’ve worked with over the last couple years. And I really enjoy the college graduation updates from past clients (although I start to feel old when I see Read more…


  I work in the field of college admissions and visit dozens of school every year, so I’m familiar with the numbers. I have an idea of what different schools charge for tuition, room and board, and other fees. But Read more…

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