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How to Read a Financial Aid Award Letter [With 2 Examples]

You've narrowed down your list of colleges, sent in your applications and filled out your FAFSA form online. After you receive your acceptance letters, the college financial aid office will ‘package you’, meaning you will receive a financial aid award letter detailing exactly how much it will cost you to attend their college.  

The College Resume: A How-To Guide

By your junior year of high school, you've likely heard of a college resume. But, what is a...

Virtual Resources for the College Admission Journey

Not being able to visit a college campus, attend a college fair, or meet with college reps at a...

Reconsidering Standardized Testing

In the wake of coronavirus, colleges and universities across the US have reconsidered their...

Common Questions About the CSS Profile and IDOC

The CSS Profile is an additional standardized financial form that is required at over 400...

How To Write Recommendation Letters for Your Students

The weight and responsibility of assisting Title 1 students through the college admissions...

How Applying Early Decision Affects Financial Aid Opportunities

Applying early decision might improve your odds of being accepted with certainty to your dream...

College Student Credit Cards: Wise Ways to Build Credit

Over 14 million students will enter college in the fall. Students will live on their own away...

Virtual Volunteer Opportunities

As a high school student whose goal is to attend college, you might be concerned that your...

A Student Guide to Understanding Net Price Calculators

As you finalize your college list, there is one important step that shouldn’t be skipped before...

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