A St. Patrick’s Day Greeting From The Financial Aid Office

A St. Patrick’s Day Greeting from the Financial Aid Office

  • March 16, 2015

The symbiosis of students and financial aid is what keeps higher education alive and accessible in the U.S. Without students, there would be no financial aid office. However, without financial aid, many students would not get the opportunity to achieve their educational dreams (myself included!).  In…

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How Top Colleges Can Attract Smart (if Low-Income) Students

How Top Colleges Can Attract Smart (if Low-Income) Students

  • January 12, 2015

Even as colleges work harder to build racially and economically diverse classes, many are struggling to find qualified applicants from low-income households. A recent study from the National Bureau of Economic Research found that, of low-income students with ACT scores…

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4 Reasons Your College Loses Enrollments

4 Reasons Your College Loses Enrollments

  • December 1, 2014

Each year, many students are admitted to colleges or universities but don’t ever make it to class. This can be a serious setback for a student’s educational plans, as well as the loss of tuition for the school. Below are…

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Round Up: 5 Great Financial Aid Industry Blogs

Round Up: 5 Great Financial Aid Industry Blogs

  • November 17, 2014

The term blog isn’t so old; in fact I’ll boldly assume it’s younger than anyone reading this blog. It was coined in 1997, when John Barger called his site “weblog.” Since then, blogging has become a part of daily life…

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