All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Financial Aid’

Financial Aid Woes? Could A College Education Abroad Be The Solution?

In the United States, the complexities of trying to qualify for financial aid while preparing to owe thousands in student loans is the norm. So much so that a serious question almost never pops into the minds of troubled teens or their parents: Why am I only looking at American colleges? Did you know that there are quality international schools …

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Financial Aid: Simple Tips That Help

If you are going to college, you will want to apply for financial aid. Some high school guidance counselors and teachers will help you apply before you even graduate high school, but if you didn’t get any help, you might be a little confused and intimidated by the financial aid process. Not everyone qualifies for financial aid, but many people …

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FAFSA Student Aid Application Is Here

It is that time of year again for college students that are seeking financial assistance…time to fill out your FAFSA. For those of you who do not know what the FAFSA is, it is a Free Application for Federal Student Aid. FAFSA is part of the U.S. Department of education and is one of the largest providers of financial aid …

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Financial Aid Changes at UVa Protested by Students

In August of this year, board members at the University of Virginia decided to made significant changes to its financial aid program, called AccesUVa. According to the University of Virginia, this program accommodated 100% of the demonstrated need of students who fell within the lowest income bracket, or those families who make less than twice the national poverty level ($31,000 …

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Financial Aid: Hindering the American Dream

As a student, after you get past the battle of getting into your favorite, or back-up, colleges, the next big step to work towards is paying for that said college. Everyone who is admitted to any college goes through this process, whether it is loans, grants, or money growing from financial aid trees. (Just Kidding) Be aware there is a …

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