5 Reasons to Apply for Financial Aid
Happy Thanksgiving! As the excitement of the holiday season begins, it may become more challenging for your student to focus on the college deadlines approaching. Setting a plan in motion is key to staying on top of the college application process.
Keeping up to date with the details of college application season is a big undertaking. It’s important to have a solid idea of what deadlines are approaching and how to be prepared. There is a lot that goes into a college application, so having a list of dates and some pointers readily available can alleviate the guesswork.
Some families believe they won’t qualify for financial aid, and think they do not need to complete the FAFSA or the CSS Profile, but that isn’t true. Applying for financial aid can open up opportunities for scholarships, grants, and student loans. By applying for financial aid, it also demonstrates your interest in saving on the expense of college, which can come in handy if you want to appeal for better aid packages.
Are you and your aspiring college student needing help navigating college application season, or looking for assistance with your financial aid forms? Reach out and schedule a complimentary consultation today! We wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday and look forward to talking with you soon!
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5 Important Reasons to Apply for Financial Aid
Every college-aspiring student should apply for financial aid – even those from families with higher incomes.
Financial aid can provide valuable support to many students, and there are several reasons why all families should consider applying for financial aid.
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