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Appealing Your Award Letter

Given the current state of the economy, there’s a good chance your family’s financial situation has changed since you completed your FAFSA. With award letters from colleges already in your hands, how do you request additional financial aid to cover your college costs?

 

How to Use Your Stimulus Check Wisely

The CARES Act will provide about $2 trillion to help offset the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The bill included stimulus payments for millions of Americans, and distribution of those payments began this week. If you received or will receive a stimulus check, we share some tips for using it responsibly.

 

Beware of Coronavirus Scams

Scammers are taking advantage of fears surrounding the Coronavirus - learn how you can avoid becoming a victim.

 

Managing Your Student Loans During the Coronavirus Pandemic

With the federal government announcing temporary changes to its student loan repayment terms, now is an excellent time to review your loan information for both federal and private loans.

 

Navigating College Planning During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Preparing for college can be a stressful time under normal circumstances, and we understand that the current climate can add even more stress for students and families. To help, our partners at Edmit have compiled suggestions for high school juniors and seniors who are planning for the future in these uncertain times.

 

Student Loan Refinance Resources

Review our Guide to Refinancing Your Student Loans and our webinar, Student Loan Refinance - What You Need to Know.

 

Tax Benefits for College Students

Did you know there are several special tax breaks just for college students and their parents? Learn more about how these benefits could get you a bigger tax refund!

 

Webinar: Completing the FAFSA

The FAFSA opens October 1st - are you ready to complete it?

 

How to Find Last Minute Funding for College

Here are a few suggestions for last minute ways to foot your college tuition bill when you've exhausted scholarships, grants, and federal loans.

 

Webinar: Student Loans to Fill the Gap

When scholarships, grants, and federal aid aren't enough, where can you turn to fill the funding gap that's left?

 
 
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