Maximizing Aid Eligibility Articles
Take advantage of the summer melt and score more money for college!
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These numbers are jaw-dropping, to say the least!
Remember, loans are not free money!
Help yourself qualify for more financial aid with these tips.
Determining financial aid based on income.
When you’re a student trying to pay for school, one of the greatest challenges can be managing your finances in the best way possible.
There's one very important celebration that takes place all month long that you may have overlooked...Financial Aid Awareness Month!
FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid; translation: free government money to help you pay for school!
Trust us, if you do have the necessary information on hand, filling out the form will become much simpler.
Education may be more affordable than you think. Let Wellesley’s MyinTuition tool help you anticipate college cost and assist you in your planning efforts.
Take advantage of this year's FAFSA changes, regardless of whether or not the school you're applying to or attending is updating their financial aid deadlines.
Proposed bill would allow students to file the form once – and only once – to qualify for federal financial aid for college.
Student debt spans the population and affects all groups across age, race, ethnicity and gender.
Individuals eligible for the TPD Federal Student Loan Discharge program will now be notified via letter.
The best way to ensure that history doesn’t repeat itself by students missing out on free financial aid is for both graduating seniors and, of course, parents, to fill out their FAFSA forms ASAP!
We've got you covered with a complete list of financial aid deadlines, state-by-state, for the 2015-2016 academic year.
In addition to encouraging students to complete the FAFSA, the First Lady could send your school a special video message or speak at your commencement ceremony!
DACA students are defined as a subgroup of these undocumented students who have received Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
Don’t rush the process – any mistakes can cause serious delays in the process or, worse, disqualify you all together.