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Financial Aid 101: Need Blind vs Need Aware Colleges

When it comes to financial aid, need blind colleges and need aware colleges approach admissions differently. Find out wh...

What is “Percent Need Met” in Financial Aid?

The price of attending a college or university is substantial, especially if you have to pay for school in full - meanin...

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...

Schools in the Mid-East Region of the US that Cover 100% of Financial Need

There are a whole lot of schools in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, and Washington DC that are offering 10...

Public schools that Cover All or Most of Your Financial Need

Are you looking to go to a public college or university? There are some amazing public schools in the United States and ...

What’s the Difference Between Getting 100% of Financial Need Covered and Getting a “Full Ride”?

Parents and students alike are looking to make college more affordable. There are a variety of ways that schools and sch...

What Does Demonstrated Financial Need Mean?

When applying for college or university, the first thing any student and family should do is complete the FAFSAⓇ. The FA...

What Does it Mean When a School Covers 100% of Need?

Going to college is expensive - or at least it can be. To combat this, there are some schools that claim to cover 100% o...

Schools that Cover 100% of Your Financial Need

We have great news! There are a lot of schools across the United States that cover 100% of student financial need.

When Should I Start Applying for College Scholarships?

Apply to scholarships! In fact, apply to as many scholarships that you possibly can. We are talking about free money for...

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