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Get More Money for College: How 2 Students Successfully Appealed Their Financial Aid Awards

It may not be as simple as marketplace haggling, but bargaining with your college’s financial aid office can be worth th...

How I Paid for College: Barnard College Alum Naomi T.

Forget just a penny for your thoughts: Thousands of words saved thousands of dollars for recent Barnard College graduate...

An Inside Look at Simpson College, Where 100 Percent of Students Receive Grants and Scholarships

“We have a very robust financial aid program that reaches across our entire enrolling population,” says Tracie Pavon, as...

Higher Test Scores, Lower Tuition: Is there an SAT vs. ACT advantage?

Edmit recently partnered with the Princeton Review, a tutoring, test prep, and college admission services company, on a ...

Freedom to Freelance: How Financial Aid Shapes Career Options

As the daughter of a single mom who worked at a nonprofit, Jalena Keane-Lee was well aware that she would need a thoroug...

All About Preferential Packaging: Edmit Speaks with Greg Mitton, Muhlenberg College

If you’re not familiar with the concept of “preferential packaging”, it’s time to learn all about it--and incorporate it...

‘Keep an Open Mind’: Edmit Speaks with David Sheridan, Director of Financial Aid at Columbia University School of Internation...

“The whole college application process creates anxiety,” says David Sheridan, director of financial aid at Columbia Univ...

Paying for College: How Parents and Students Can Tackle College Financing

Early on in high school--let’s say freshman year--I recall asking my parents over dinner how much money had been saved f...

My College Story: Stanford Student Jacob Tyler Randolph

Jacob Randolph is a junior at Stanford University, majoring in Political Science and Communication. He is active in loca...

How I Paid for College: Wellesley College Alum April Crehan

The “choosing a college” process is expensive: Even before financial aid packages arrive, fees to take the SATs and to s...