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5 On Campus Offices Your Child Should Visit on any College Tour

College tours often skip important offices: student money management, career services and academic department offices. 

Should I participate in a work-study program or get a part-time job?

If you fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you may be eligible to participate in the Federal ...

What Jobs Are Available During College?

As a student, you may be responsible for all or the majority of the cost of attending college, or maybe you just need so...

How is Work-Study Income Treated for Tax Purposes and on the FAFSA?

If you have a work-study job, it is considered as a form of need-based student aid designed to ease the financial burden...

How Many Years Can you Get Financial Aid?

Financial aid is a great benefit to those pursuing higher education opportunities. Without the potential of financial ai...

When Will My Financial Aid Letter Arrive?

After you’ve submitted your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and colleges have reviewed the information ...

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