College Resource Center

Apr
21
2014

Before you submit college deposit: 5 FAQs you need to answer

College Student

Deposits for college begin with an initial May 1st due date. Many may still be unsure of their choices, but before submitting a deposit, consider the following. 1. Did you determine your financial aid eligibility renewal requirements? Be aware of how your bill is paid, and what you need to do to keep the funding. [&hellip…

Posted by Kenneth O'Connor

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Apr
18
2014

Using College ROI stats intelligently: Is investment return all that matters?

MoneyPile2

College ROI, acronym for Return on Investment, is a popular term right now with final college choices being made. As mentioned in a prior article, it’s become a standard practice for many trying to forecast their future earnings based on their school of choice and major. With Payscale.com offering a comprehensive data-base, students are excited [&hellip…

Posted by Kenneth O'Connor

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Apr
17
2014

Planning To Get The Most From Your Education

academic-inventory

How much value is your education bringing you? When making school choices this spring, it’s important that you are looking at several factors in order to make your decision. Most students are already looking at many of the important ones, including whether or not they will fit in specific college environments, whether or not they [&hellip…

Posted by Matt Harris

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Apr
16
2014

The 3 Powers of in-school student loan payments

In-School loan payments: Easier than College Chemistry

Student loans are very common since college costs are high, and gaining a foothold in modern employment often requires a degree. During this time of year, every freshman to-be for Fall 2014 is making a college choice and considering their major. But often overlooked is the details of how the education is financed. Just ask [&hellip…

Posted by Kenneth O'Connor

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Apr
14
2014

Your College Plan B: 5 considerations after a college rejection

CUSL Red Sky

Rejection: it’s a part of the college admission process that happens to many people.  It never feels good, but what’s most important is how the student (and parent) rebounds from it. Today, the stakes are high, and gaining admission into an elite institution is the major goal for many aspiring students.  The good news is [&hellip…

Posted by Kenneth O'Connor

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