Tag Archives: Federal Student Aid

College News for the Summer

Info on college searches, financial aid forecasting, essay writing and more. By Anne Vaccaro Brady Whether you’re the parent of a high school senior or a college freshman, I’ve found some recent articles and posts that will help as you … Continue reading

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Understanding College Loans

Public v. private, student v. parent, here’s how to weigh your options. By Anne Vaccaro Brady The average college graduate leaves campus with $25,000 in student loans. When families exhaust their options—savings, scholarships and grants, many must turn to loans … Continue reading

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Taking the Fear Out of the FAFSA

It’s time to apply, or reapply, as the case may be. Here is where to find answers. By Anne Vaccaro Brady Ironically, while I was doing research for this post, an email notice popped up from “Federal Student Aid” copying … Continue reading

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