Increase your chances of acceptance by creating a balanced college list using these three categories: safety, target and reach.
With the cost of a college education rising higher and higher each year, consider all the options available to you before you take out expensive college loans.
If you’ve started college planning, you’ve heard of the FAFSA. It’s an essential part of the process, as it’s your gateway to all federal aid. Here’s what you should know before the application opens.
Financial-aid award letters are often jargon-filled and confusing. Better knowledge of what to evaluate just might lead to a more generous aid package.
There are several types of student loan options available. Understand how each might fit your unique needs.
Today's high school students are living in very different times. With the pandemic changing so many things about our daily lives, students are starting to rethink the wisdom of the four-year degree.
While most schools use the FAFSA, there are about 400 schools that require a different application for non-federal financial aid: The CSS Profile.