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Colleges and Universities That Claim to Meet Full Financial Need
U.S. News & World Report
â€‹To gauge the affordability of a college or university, the sticker price is a good place to start. But savvy students should dig deeper. One data point to unearth is the average percent of financial need metâ€‹. As universities cover more of the tuition ...
U. of I. considers boosting financial aid
Additional financial aid funding could come from increasing student enrollment in programs that charge more for tuition, such as the College of Engineering, or from increasing the number of higher-paying international students, said Christophe Pierre ...
Paying tuition a challenge as costs skyrocket and aid varies
PLUS loans: Federal loan to parents who, depending on credit, can borrow up to 100 percent of the cost of a child's college. Perkins loan: Federal loans to students with exceptional financial need. Undergraduate student loans are capped at $5,500 a year.
Cost of student loans can haunt parents, too
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- College admissions chiefs worry: How will students find them? - Washington Post
- Fri, 19 Sep 2014 23:34:19 GMT - College admissions chiefs worry: How will students find them?
INDIANAPOLIS â€” Every year, high school students stress over whether they'll get into their top-choice college. But this week, college admission officers from across the country are gathered here to contemplate their own big worries. Will students ...
- One senior's story: Starting college admissions process is like 'being sent ... - Washington Post (blog)
- Tue, 16 Sep 2014 16:04:40 GMT - One senior's story: Starting college admissions process is like 'being sent ...
Washington Post (blog)
With the 2014-15 school year now in full swing, many high school seniors are finding that they have two jobs: keeping up with classes and filling out college applications. This blog will follow one senior as she navigates the college search and ...
- Matchmaking through technology: The coming revolution in college admissions - Washington Post
- Thu, 18 Sep 2014 17:10:27 GMT - Matchmaking through technology: The coming revolution in college admissions
On Thursday morning, the National Association for College Admission Counseling opened an exhibit hall here at its 70th convention that points the way to the future of recruiting. Vendors offered admission officers and high school counselors a number of ...
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