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How Often are Financial Aid Appeals Approved?

Every colleges is a bit different when it comes to financial aid appeals. Some are very systematic and formulaic, while ...

Which Colleges in the West Award Merit-Based Financial Aid to the Most Students?

If you are applying to colleges in the West, then you may be wondering which colleges and universities in the region awa...

Which Colleges in the Midwest Award Merit-Based Financial Aid to the Most Students?

If you are applying to colleges in the Midwest, then you may be wondering which colleges and universities in the region ...

Which Colleges in the South Award Merit-Based Financial Aid to the Most Students?

If you are applying to colleges in the South, then you may be wondering which colleges and universities in the region aw...

Which Colleges in the Northeast Award Merit-Based Financial Aid to the Most Students?

If you are applying to colleges in the Northeast, then you may be wondering which colleges and universities in the regio...

Which Private Colleges Award Merit Scholarships to the Most Students?

If you are applying to private colleges, then you may be wondering which private colleges and universities award merit-b...

How Would Capital Gains Impact My Financial Aid?

If you are considering selling financial assets, such as stocks, bonds, or mutual funds, to pay for a college education,...

Why Would I Attend a School that Doesn’t Cover 100% of My Financial Need?

There are so many colleges in the United States and around the world all with their own unique qualities. For each futur...

Do Merit Awards Affect My Financial Aid?

If you are applying to colleges, then you may be wondering if receiving a merit scholarship affects your financial aid. ...

Do You Have to Pay Room and Board If You Live at Home?

Do You Have to Pay Room and Board if You Live at Home?

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