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How Tuition Payment Plans Can Reduce Borrowing Need

Jul 9, 2020 1:35:00 PM

If you’re headed back to school in the fall or are already enrolled at a college or university, it’s time to start thinking about how you might pay for the upcoming semester. Do scholarships and grants alone cover your tuition? Or do you need to borrow money for college to fill in the financial gap? One option that is almost always available is a payment plan. This could be a good option for you and your family.

 
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Topics: College Planning, Borrowing for College, Parents and College Planning

What You Need to Know Before You Borrow for College

Jun 11, 2020 11:30:00 AM

Remember to limit the amount you borrow! For every dollar you borrow, you will have to pay back more than that dollar with interest.

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Topics: College Planning, Borrowing for College, Parents and College Planning

Low Student Loan Rates Now Available for 2020/2021

May 29, 2020 1:14:15 PM

Moving Onward and Upward for the 20/21 Academic Year

What a year 2020 has been to date with so many changes and unknowns now a part of our daily lives due to the coronavirus pandemic.  But one thing that hasn’t changed is needing options to help pay for college.  

 
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Topics: College Planning, Borrowing for College, Parents and College Planning

Advice From Admissions

May 15, 2020 12:30:00 PM

For our fourth and final week of “Inquiring Minds  - What Students Want to Know”, we wanted to share that we know everyone is overwhelmed with how Coronavirus has changed our lives today and probably into the future.

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Topics: College Planning, News

How will the SAT & ACT cancellations affect admissions requirements?

May 7, 2020 2:19:00 PM

Week 3 of “What Inquiring Student Minds Want to Know” is for those preparing for acceptance in 2021. 
 
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Topics: College Planning, SAT & ACT, Parents and College Planning

Admissions Deadlines and Deposits Flexibility

Apr 30, 2020 4:10:06 PM

Welcome back to week two of “Inquiring Minds - What Students Want to Know"

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Topics: College Planning, News

What Incoming College Freshmen Students Want to Know

Apr 23, 2020 11:15:00 AM

Welcome to our new short series:  Inquiring Student Minds Want to Know.  We have reached out to several of the schools we work with  to learn what students are asking about in this unprecedented time known as the Coronavirus Pandemic.  We will feature one question per week and the most popular responses for 4 weeks.  We hope you find this information calming and helpful.

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Topics: College Planning, News

7 Ways to be More Efficient Learning from Home

Mar 25, 2020 11:01:57 AM

A few weeks ago, a lot of students began to attend school online because of the coronavirus. This is a big change that has been affecting all different types of students all over the globe indefinitely. Adapting to remote learning isn't always easy when you're used to being in the classroom. We hope some of our tips will help you maximize your learning at home during this time!
 
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Topics: College Planning, Borrowing for College, Parents and College Planning

College Planning Tips for January

Jan 1, 2020 11:00:00 AM

As winter vacation and the holidays come to an end, it is time to get back on track when it comes to college planning. January tends to be a slower month for both high school juniors and seniors, resulting in an easy transition back into school mode. But don't let the month pass you by. Be proactive and take the next steps to build a successful future. Stay on track with these timelines and tips.

 College Planning Timeline for Juniors [Infographic] | College Planning Timeline for Seniors [Infographic]

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Topics: College Planning

Holiday Break To Do List

Dec 23, 2019 2:00:00 PM

Not the traditional list of shopping, wrapping gifts, baking traditional treats and preparations for winter break get-a-way. This is more of a reminder list to take advantage of some downtown over the holidays to be sure everything is on track for college planning. We’ve put together a quick list for both Seniors and Juniors.

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Topics: College Planning, SAT & ACT, Parents and College Planning, Applying for Aid, FAFSA