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Student Financial Aid Tips – Maxing Out!

When it comes to student financial aid it helps to know every avenue that leads to gaining money for your college education. Below we have comprised some helpful tips that may assist you secure the financial aid you need. Target the High Dollar Private Colleges Applying for financial aid at a pricey college or university […]

Most Important Financial Aid Questions

US News & World Report ran an interesting article last week about how to increase your chances of getting all the financial aid you need. According to the article, only 3% of U.S. colleges promise to meet the full financial needs of their income freshmen class, without them having to take out any loans. If […]

FAFSA Verification Changes & Linking Your Tax Info

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The 2012-2013 award year is bringing many new changes to the world of Financial Aid. One of these changes is the verification process to the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). If you want to avoid spending more time at your campus’ Financial Aid office then you do studying for finals, you’ll want to […]

Drug Offenders can Earn Aid under Budget Reconciliation Act

At least 175,000 people are denied federal financial aid due to prior drug offenses according to a recent article in Yahoo News. However, the Budget Reconciliation Act that was passed has provided a provision to allow students who have drug offenses a new chance at federal student financial aid. The provision is targeted at older […]

Swap In-State Tuitions with Other States

The Academic Common Market is an organization that sets up exchange programs for students between a league of mutually recognized states. Students who are planning on studying a subject that is not offered by their state school may attend an out of state school for in state tuition. The school must already have an exchange […]

What do you do when the economic recession hits home?

The Baltimore Sun ran an article today about the increasing number of students calling their financial aid offices in a panic. Although the article is focused on schools in the Baltimore – Washington area, the message applies to colleges and universities across the country, I’m sure. Job losses are increasing every month, which means more […]

Scholarships Announcement #10

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July 10, 2008 by Mara Strom Welcome to Scholarship Thursday! Did you know that scholarships are FREE money for college? This week we’ve got three great opportunities for you to earn some of that FREE money. Each of these scholarships has a deadline of July 15, so time is of the essence. Good luck and […]