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March Newsletter 2014: College Award Letters, TACS & More

It’s March! We’ve officially dived into spring, and if you are a senior, it’s decision time!  The time has arrived to weigh your college options and finalize your college funding plan. Remind your student to keep an eye out for award letters, some of which are now sent via e-mail.  As award letters come flooding…

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February Newsletter 2014: Writing Contest, Merit Aid Restrictions, Senior Checklist & More

It’s February! You may think it’s too early to file your tax returns, but if you have a senior, there are reasons to take action as soon as possible. If you complete your income tax return and update your FAFSA before colleges send out award letters in March, you can expect a more accurate financial…

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January Newsletter 2014: Early-Bird Scholarships, Digital Learning & More

It’s January!  It’s time to submit the FAFSA as soon as possible.  Not only is it a load off your mind, but you’re also guaranteed aid that may otherwise be turned down to students who wait months down the road to apply.  The earlier, the better! If you have any FAFSA questions, sign up for…

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November Newsletter 2013: Common App Issues, College Curriculum Debates, Scholarship Resources & More

It’s November and the holiday season is quickly approaching. Many seniors have already applied for early admission to some private colleges and all seniors foresee regular admission deadlines looming upon the horizon.  Ongoing issues with Common Application were an unwelcome distraction in the midst of an already stressful time.  In response to these problems, a growing…

October Newsletter 2013: Money Mistakes Awaiting College Students & More

It’s October. The college application season in now in full swing! Is your student considering one of the over 400 private colleges that require a CSS Profile application as well as the FAFSA application to qualify for financial aid? If yes, and your student is applying early action or early decision, make sure to check…

August Newsletter 2013: Not All College Degrees Are Created Equal & More

  Happy August from beautiful British Columbia! This email is coming to you from the Okanagen Valley. I know I’m biased (being Canadian myself), but B.C. is pretty awesome. Has your student considered any Canadian colleges in their college selection process? The University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University are two great colleges right…