Financial Aid & Merit Scholarship Survey

Financial Aid & Merit Scholarship

Each year families receive financial aid and merit scholarship award information. In an effort to create a national database of actual financial aid and scholarship information, we are asking families to share their award information. All information is collected anonymously. The goal of this effort is to share financial aid and merit scholarship information with… Continue reading

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What To Know About Your Financial Aid Awards

Comparing Financial Aid Awards

If it’s past the deadlines for submitting college applications, your student is either waiting to hear about all their admissions and financial aid awards or you have them all and you’re deciding how to compare them.  At this point in the process, don’t overlook the following …. Make an “apples to apples” comparison of financial aid… Continue reading

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Find Out How Generous Colleges Are With Financial Aid And Merit Scholarships

Do you know how generous colleges are with their financial aid and merit scholarships? By the time students get to high school, hopefully their parents have saved whatever they can for college, but most likely that won’t be enough. At this point, the most impactful steps families can take is to make sure students do… Continue reading

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Figuring Out How Much Financial Aid You’ll Get

Understanding Financial Aid

It used to be that the only way you could figure out how much financial aid you’ll get was by being accepted to a college and submitting the FAFSA. However, now colleges have Net Price Calculators (NPC) and you can get an estimate of how much money you’ll get before you even submit an application… Continue reading

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5 Scholarship Tips To Learn Before Your Student Is A High School Senior

Facebook Live Session Scholarship Tips For Parents

Don’t miss our Facebook Live session on essential tips parents need to know about scholarships. Our next Facebook Live session are Thursday 1/12 at 8:30pm (EST) and again on Sunday (1/15) at 8pm (EST).  If you’re the parent of a high school student, grades 9th – 11th, you’re probably looking for any possible sources of… Continue reading

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