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Mistakes College Process Rookies Make

For you high school seniors heading to college out there, this is your first and only time that you will be going through the undergraduate college application process. This can be quite intimidating for rookies. For you parents who are going through the process for the first time because your son or daughter is your ...

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Juniors: Look Ahead to Paying for College

Today I’d like to address high school juniors and their parents. We’re nearing the end of another school year. After classes end for you this spring, you will become “rising” seniors. Hopefully, during this junior year, you had a chance to begin (or continue) your discussions with your parents about your college process. If you ...

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CA College for East Coast Student with Limited Funds?

Question: Our family lives on the East Coast and my son wants to go to college in California. We have saved $20,000 for him to go to college, far less than he needs. Do you have any suggestions? Thank you so much! We live on the East Coast, too, and my son considered several California ...

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Financial Aid Insights

It’s that time of the year again. We’re coming up on April 1, which is a key date for college admissions. The Ivy League and some other so-called “elite” colleges use the late-March-early-April window as their common reply period. Of course, along with acceptances come financial aid awards. Unfortunately, for many applicants this presents some ...

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