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Parents: It’s Time for YOU to Go Back to School!

August 2017 Newsletter Parents: It’s Time for YOU to Go Back to School! It’s August! Rising seniors are gearing up for their last year of high school and their parents should be polishing off any rough edges of their college funding plans. We’re here to help! Join us on August 15th for a special back to…

Generation Z – Money & College

July 2017 Newsletter Generation Z – Money & College Yeah! It’s finally summer. I hope you enjoyed time with family and friends over the 4th. But summer isn’t just time to vacation. Rising seniors, you are now a mere month away from college application time and 3 months away from financial aid application time. The…

2017-2018 Student Loan Rates – 4.45%

Federal Student Loan Rates are about to Rise It’s June! Warm afternoons, days spent with your toes in the sand at the beach, tossing aside winter and spring attire for jean shorts and tank tops… Yes, summer is here! Congratulations if you have a soon to be college freshmen. This summer will be a critical…

May 2017 Newsletter: How to Never Pay Retail for College

May 2017 Newsletter How to Never Pay Retail for College It’s May! Congratulations to all our seniors who have chosen their college for the next 4 years! For those of you who accepted at one college, but have also secured a spot on the waiting list for another college, this month’s Senior Scoop shares waitlist statistics and expectations…

April 2017 Newsletter

April 2017 Newsletter: Effective Financial Appeals, Weighing Costs & College Choice

April 2017 Newsletter Should You Appeal Your Aid Offer? It’s April! Congratulations to all our seniors! College acceptances and financial aid offers have finally arrived. YOU get to choose your best academic, social, and financial fit college. Parents and students sometimes ask: Can I appeal my financial award? Yes, this option exists, there is a process in…

March 2017 Newsletter: Award Letter Tips, Big Scholarships & More!

March 2017 Newsletter It’s College Acceptance Season! It’s March! I love this time of year.  Every day I have the privilege to receive an email or phone call from my many excited clients as their sons and daughters receive college offers. The excitement also comes with trepidation of the impending expense for college. Colleges give you until…

February 2017 Newsletter: How Do Income and Assets Impact Aid?

February 2017 Newsletter College Prices Hit New Record Highs in 2016! It’s already February! 2017 is a new year, with new rules for college financial aid application deadlines and awards. Many colleges’ financial aid deadlines are earlier than previous years! If you have a High School senior, and you have not yet submitted the FAFSA and…

January 2017 Newsletter | It's Time for FAFSA & CSS Profile

January 2017 Newsletter: Financial Aid Crunch Time, WUE Scholarships & More

January 2017 Newsletter Time for FAFSA & CSS Profile! Happy New Year! If you have a High School senior, and you have not yet submitted the FAFSA and CSS Profile to all their colleges, do it now! Most private college deadlines are before February 15th and this year, some were as early as January 1st….

Hidden College Fees

December Newsletter 2016: College Prices Hit New Record Highs in 2016!

December 2016 Newsletter College Prices Hit New Record Highs in 2016! Happy Holidays! December is a wonderful month for connecting with family and friends, and also the month for year-end financial aid planning. With the new FAFSA two year look-back, it’s parents of Sophmores who should have their financial aid plan solidified before 2017 starts (the…

November Newsletter

November 2016 Newsletter: Canadian Universities, Cheapest Out-of-State Colleges & More!

It’s November! The college application season is in full swing for seniors. For any seniors (or juniors) still looking to add some financially and academically ‘safe’ schools to their list, check out our Senior Scoop for U.S.News’ “10 Universities With the Cheapest Out-of-State Tuition”. Don’t forget to look outside the US for great higher learning for a…