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Your Money|Appealing to a College for More Financial Aid
New York Times
For decades, in-the-know families have gone back to college financial aid officers to ask for a bit more grant money after the first offer arrived. But word has spread, and the combination of the economic collapse in 2008-9 and the ever-rising list ...
10 Rules For Decoding College Financial Aid Award Letters
In other words: more and more families are counting on grants and scholarships (including tuition discounts from the school itself) to pay for college. This, in turn, means the â€śfinancial aid awardâ€ť letters that usually arrive within a few weeks of ...
Using tuition funds for financial aid makes sense
News & Observer
The UNC board is considering ending a policy that takes money for financial aid out of the tuition pot to which all students contribute. Some board members ... Those graduates, in turn, will raise families in which a college education is emphasized ...
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- College Advice From A High School Counselor - WBUR
- Fri, 18 Apr 2014 12:41:52 GMT - College Advice From A High School Counselor
Don't be afraid of college admissions counselors. Use them, talk with them, they want to get to know who you are and they want to help you. Don't miss out on your senior year. Don't get caught up in the hype, worries and fears. Relax and enjoy your ...
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- Unofficial Enforcer of Ruling on Race in College Admissions - New York Times
- Mon, 07 Apr 2014 16:18:30 GMT - Unofficial Enforcer of Ruling on Race in College Admissions
New York Times
The debate was starting about how much the court had restricted the use of race in college admissions. But Edward Blum, the legal entrepreneur who had orchestrated the case, wasted no time. He made a prediction that sounded a little like a threat.
Affirmative-Action Foe Plans Campaigns Against 3 Universities
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- Coronado College Admissions Boot Camp Returns In June - Coronado Eagle and Journal
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PayScale Career NewsCoronado College Admissions Boot Camp Returns In June
Coronado Eagle and Journal
College-bound next year? The application process can be confusing, complicated, and time consuming. Rising seniors can get a jump on college applications at the third annual Coronado College Admissions Boot Camp. This dynamic, customized one-week ...
Top College Admissions Rates Have Fallen
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Paying for College: How to Win Merit Aid
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