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How to Get the Most Financial Aid Possible for Your College Education

Financial aid helps ease the burden of college costs for many students. Make sure you're getting the most out of your aid opportunities with this advice. read more

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Freelance Writer

What's the Difference Between Scholarships and Grants?

Unlike loans, scholarships and grants are types of aid that you don't have to pay back. Learn more about these options for paying for college now. read more

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Important Things to Know About Your EFC

Financial aid can be confusing, especially when you'll still have out-of-pocket costs in the end. Here are 15 things to know about Expected Family Contribution. read more

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Freelance Writer

Understanding (and Maximizing) Your College Financial Aid Package

Scholarships, loans, and grants...oh my. Here's how to decipher exactly what's in your financial aid package and how to maximize it to the fullest. read more

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, The College of Wooster

What You Need to Know About the CSS Profile

You know all about the FAFSA, but are you familiar with the CSS Profile for institutional aid? Learn all about this form and why you should fill it out. read more

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Freelance Journalist

7 Things You Need to Do Before Filing the FAFSA

Get informed before filling out the FAFSA by checking out this seven-step guide to help families work through it as efficiently and effectively as possible. read more

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Senior Director of Financial Aid Methodology, College Board

How Does Financial Aid Differ for Graduate Students?

The graduate financial aid process is a little different than what students got used to for undergrad. Here are the quick answers of what you need to know. read more

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Vice President and Dean of Admissions, Quinnipiac University

Common Financial Aid Questions Answered by an Insider

Students usually have a lot of question about financial aid during the college admission process. Here are the answers to some common questions from an expert. read more

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Vice Provost for Enrollment, Dean of Admissions, Vanderbilt University

If I Don't Qualify for Merit Aid, Will Other Aid Be Available?

Transfer students often receive institutional scholarships, but if you don't, you still have other financial aid options. Our experts have the answer. read more

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