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What’s the Difference Between a College and a University?

In the U.S., many people use the terms “college” and “university” interchangeably. Here’s how a college is different fro...

Can Grandparents Deduct College Tuition?

If grandparents will be helping with college tuition, there may be gift tax implications.

Can I Get a Scholarship for Video Games?

Talented e-jocks (aka competitive video gamers) may be eligible for university financial aid.   

When do I Need to Complete the FAFSA to Meet College Deadlines?

No FAFSA, no financial aid. Check your deadlines and make sure you’ve filed on time!

BU Financial Aid & Scholarships: Real Parent Experiences

Is Boston University on your son or daughter's top colleges list? Find out how other parents have paid for BU.

Edmit Hidden Gems: Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

Generous financial aid packages, diverse extracurriculars, and a 96 percent job placement make Boston College an Edmit H...

Holy Cross Financial Aid & Scholarships: Real Parent Experiences

Read how one parent is paying for her son to attend College of the Holy Cross. 

Babson Financial Aid & Scholarships: Real Parent Experiences

Learn how one parent secured financial aid at Babson.

All About College Tuition and Student Loans

Should you use student loans to pay for college? Here are our best student loan resources for parents and students to co...

Are State Schools Cheaper?

Are state schools cheaper than private colleges? Is a state school more affordable? The answer is…maybe.

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