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Active Feb 05 at 09:42

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Posted by Chastity D.
Prashanth TM | Professional Hi Chastity, Please try these links below if you haven't tried ...

Has anyone been successful with scholarships posted on Fastweb and other search sites? #moneyforcollege

Continue to have difficulty with finding money for college. #moneyforcollege...

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Active Jan 30 at 00:46

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Posted by Cori H.

What is the best way to get financial aid?

I'm asking this question because I am looking for the best ways to pay for my college degree and want to maximize my time and effort when applying to scholarships. #scholarships...

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Active Jan 25 at 02:56

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Posted by Bradley W.
Theresa DeRoo | Finish Painter/Tile Design & Setter/Exhibits Start with your high school counselor. Visit them often.

What are the benefits of the CSS profile?

The CSS profile is another form for financial aid. Some colleges require it now when you apply for financial aid. I just want to know how it differs from FAFSA....

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Active Jan 24 at 18:16

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Posted by Yazmeen M.
Keith W | FL It depends. If you signed an acceptance but do not have ...

How can I optimize my financial aid applications to earn more for college?

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Active Jan 18 at 10:37

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Posted by Vannessa S.

Do you have any advice for financial aid?

Because obviously college is expensive. And I would love not to be struggling with debt when I graduate....

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Active Jan 16 at 10:32

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Posted by Rebekah C.

Should I attend a private or public college/university?

I know that public colleges in Illinois are required to accept 3's on AP exams, which I might have gotten, but I also hear that private colleges can offer more financial aid. At which type of college would I end up saving more money? #financial-aid...

#ap-exam

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Active Dec 02 '17 at 19:18

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Posted by Sydnie R.
Lori Brown | Facilities Integrity Engineer at ExxonMobil Hi Sydnie! Following on Rebecca’s answer - your best bet would ...

My parents refuse to sign up for financial aid, because of certain information required, is there any alternative way around this or special circumstantial exceptions?

I'm asking this question because my parents refuse to give me their information and they fail to see how FASFA could be a great help when it comes to financial educational needs. #financial-aid...

#personal-finance

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:52

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Posted by Akilah F.
Carlos B | Senior Analyst at Dell EMC Hi Akilah, Since you need to apply for FAFSA each year, ...

How incredibly important is it to do your FAFSA before the deadline? Is a week too late?

How long is too long to wait before the deadline? #financial-aid...

#deadlines

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:56

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Posted by Angela A.
Jeff Sloan | Software engineer - firmware Retired Angela, It is extremely important that you meet the FAFSA deadline. ...

Why should you apply for an EOF program?

I will be attending college in less than 7 months and I just wanted to know why it is a good choice to apply for the Eductaional Opportunity Fund as an incoming freshman (especially from an impoverished environment such as Newark)? #college...

#financial-aid

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:51

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Posted by Charlene S.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Hi Charlene! You asked a very good question. Too many people ...

Can financial aid cover living expenses in america?

I am from a developing country Pakistan , and i am financially disadvantaged but i am good at studies. i need to know this information in order to apply for american universities....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:32

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Posted by Maryam N.
Sonali Agrawal | Proposals Advisor at Dell Yes, usually financial aid covers living cost too. It depends on ...

How exactly do FAFSA work?

One of my parents makes lots of money on paper but they have to take care of 5 other people along with bills, taxes, and stuff for siblings' college. Will I get the money I need? #counselor...

#financial-aid

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:30

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Posted by Adaeze O.
Anmol Sharma | Contact Center Operations Analyst working for Dell. https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/pay-for-college/financial-aid-101/7-things-you-need-to-know-about-financial-aid What Is the FAFSA? The primary purpose of the Free ...

Where can you find the best financial aid support?

I am a current junior in high school and looking for financial options that allow college to be more affordable. #financial-aid...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:29

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Posted by Maneesha P.
Sonali Agrawal | Proposals Advisor at Dell Look for study loans from different banks. Other than that you ...

Why do colleges assume parents are going to be able to pay for college and suggest they get federal loans?

I have applied at two colleges and been accepted. The first college I did not qualify for any out of state scholarships and they suggested I get a Stafford Loan and my parents get a loan for $33,000 as a Federal loan. My parents are not able to do this and they will not be able to assist me...

#financial-aid #tuition

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:29

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Posted by Christian M.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive Christian, you should have done your research and applied to the ...

Regarding internships, is there certainty for students who don't apply for work-study to intern in their particular field of study?

I am a recently graduated high school senior going on to pursue a degree in neuroscience at the University of Illinois at Chicago. My concern was if students who didnt apply for work-study would have a hard time finding internships. #internships...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:29

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Posted by Jada R.
Paul Gullatte | Financial Services - Compliance Work-study is given to students as part of their financial aid ...

How can I get a financial aid in college?

I'm a junior in high school, and I don't really know how I can get financial help when I'm in college....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:28

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Posted by Nesha P.
Patricia Weg | Owner at Seans Travel you can also apply for financial aid www.fafsa.gov it all depends ...

Study Abroad

Will my tuition cost increase if i plan to study abroad?...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:27

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Posted by Lorenzo D.
Jayasheela Jonnalagada | Senior Pricing Analyst at Dell EMC This depends on which country and university/college you are planning to ...

I can not seem to win any scholarships, does anyone have any suggestions on how to win any?

Because I am not having no luck getting anything. I am a good student with a GPA of 3.9 and top 5 in my class. #scholarships...

#financial-aid

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:20

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Posted by Max T.
Kishma Prince | Kishma Please don't get discouraged and remember there are many other students ...

Which loan is better the subsidized or unsubsidized federal direct loan?

I am a senior who will be graduating in June. I do not really want to take a loan, but I may have to. On my financial aid report it gave me the federal unsubsidized direct loan. #financial-aid...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:20

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Posted by Susanne B.
Paul Gullatte | Financial Services - Compliance A subsidized loan is the better option because the government will ...

What website is best for finding scholarships?

I am applying for college this year and am looking for great scholarship opportunities, where can I find the best ones?...

#financial-aid

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:19

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Posted by sierra S.
Marquell Pinkney | Here to Help Hi Sierra, Try https://www.cappex.com/ or http://www.fastweb.com/ I also agree with Linda. ...

Is going to a 2-year college a good option to get GE credits and then attending a 4-year to receive a degree?

I am a junior in high school and am exploring my options for higher education. I am thinking about attending a 2-year for GE in order to save money. #college...

#financial-aid

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:01

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Posted by William B.
Michele Pack FASE RDCS RVT | Supervisor of Cardiovascular Services Absolutely. However, you need to look into making sure what you ...

Best Scholarship Programs?

I am looking for scholarships right now and I am wondering what the best online resources are for finding great scholarship opportunities, preferably tailored more for my location and major. #scholarship #financial-aid...

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Active Jan 18 at 19:59

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Posted by Alex E.

What should I be doing during my "waiting period"?

I sent in all of my college applications before the New Year, but don't hear back from them until late March, leaving me with approximately three months of crippling financial worries and general stress about acceptance. I've been spending my time applying to as many scholarships as possible,...

#scholarships #college-admissions #financial-aid

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Active Jan 18 at 10:33

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Posted by Grace P.

What are good scholarships for freshmen?

I am going to be a freshmen starting next semester. So I was wondering what are the best scholarships, and where can I find them? #freshmen #scholarships...

#financial-aid

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Active Jan 17 at 14:31

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Posted by Carrington B.
Shantelle C.Collins, MS, LCDC-I | Project Manager, SUDs OP It's difficult to say what's the best when it comes to ...

Other than scholarships and grants, what would you say is the best strategy to pay off your college tuition and fees without any excess debt?

I am a senior in high school who has applied for almost a hundred scholarships over the course of one semester. Despite my efforts, I have only accumulated enough money to sustain me for one semester of my least expensive choice college. Do you have any suggestions for what I can do during the...

#money-management #financialneed #financial-aid

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Active Jan 17 at 10:30

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Posted by Eric D.

When thinking of a career path should I have how much debt I will be in after college in mind?

I want to work for a volunteer organization or other low profitable jobs, but I also want to get a college degree. I'm just wondering if it would be smarter/worth it to wait a few years after college before going into a low profitable career because of money? #international-affairs...

#money-management #financial-aid

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Active Jan 14 at 19:54

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Posted by Taylor Y.

How do I apply for scholarships from the college I want to go to? (ASU)

I don't know where to start #confused #financial-aid...

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Active Dec 05 '17 at 14:25

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Posted by Kaitlyn G.
Jake Krishnan | Leader - Digital Strategy and Implementation Hi Kaitlyn Its great you have identified ASU as your chosen ...

How do I pay for college if I do not qualify for financial aid?

I don't qualify for financial aid and I need a way to pay for college that doesn't involve spending every penny I have and then taking out loans. #money #financial-aid...

#college

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Active Nov 28 '17 at 10:10

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Posted by Ryan M.
Gordon Goertz | Consultant, Learning & Development Hi, Ryan, There are a couple of lessons that I learned ...

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