Written by Lisa Bleich Outside College Scholarships Seniors, once the elation of getting accepted into school wears off, the financial reality may start to set in. If you do not qualify for need based financial aid and your school does not offer merit aid, then the best way to look for outside funding is through […]
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“What are you grappling with?” I asked each of the Harvard Business School mentees as they joined my table during the speed mentoring evening. “The CEO of the my company just offered me a new job to help start up urgent care centers across the country. Right now I have been building the NY market,” […]Choosing which school, college selection, Final College decision, Financial Aid, Visiting colleges
Written by Marie Mayer from Garretson Financial Effective immediately, the Dept. of Education will no longer use PIN numbers to electronically sign the FAFSA. There is a new FSA ID, made up of a username and password, to access certain U.S. Department of Education websites. This newsletter will be entirely dedicated to address these changes and […]FAFSA ID, Financial Aid, FSA ID
Net price calculators were introduced in 2011 as a way for families to determine their estimated cost of college before they applied. In today’s New York Times, there is an article about a company called College Abacus that aims to compare costs across schools so families do not have to enter information multiple times. Here […]College Abacus, College costs, Comparing College Costs, Financial Aid, Net Price Calculator, paying for college