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How to Decode Your Financial Aid Letters
By Alicia Adamczyk

 

Congrats, grad! If you’ve received a financial aid letter from a prospective undergraduate or graduate program, that means you filled out the FAFSA correctly—no easy feat—and you’re on your way to accomplishing your dreams. But before you sign on the dotted line, here’s what you need to know about those financial aid letters.

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TOP CHOICE COLLEGE OR GRADUATE DEBT FREE? HOW TO CHOOSE

Paying for College

Once the applications are processed and the acceptance letters roll in, it’s easy to get excited, especially if your child got accepted by their dream school. But, acceptance isn’t everything.

Financial aid packages are usually quick to follow, detailing exactly what kind of support your student will receive while they pursue their education. And, just because they got into a school, that doesn’t mean that packages from more than one school will be the same.

Some students will face a tough choice, particularly if their dream school doesn’t offer much in the way of aid. Add to that a second offer from a backup school that will allow your child to graduate debt free, and they’re in a real pickle.

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Summer plans for college students

By Wendy Redal

Collegiateparent

Once your student starts college, those lazy, unscripted days of summer become a thing of the past. And even though most of the country is still in the grip of winter, it’s time for your student to start making summer plans. For certain coveted internships and seasonal jobs, application deadlines may already have passed — but many prospects remain, and it’s not too late to get strategic about options for a productive summer.

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Five myths about college admissions

By Valerie Strauss 

Opinion 

 

Most high school seniors have now heard back about their college applications, a process often cast as a kind of “Hunger Games,” with young Americans battling it out for a chance to attend one of more than 3,000 four-year degree-granting colleges, seeking help wherever it may come, believing that the result will determine the course of their lives. 

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National Universities Where Wait-Listed Applicants Get In
 

By Jordan Friedman

Editor US News

 

The U.S. News Short List, separate from our overall rankings, is a regular series that magnifies individual data points in hopes of providing students and parents a way to find which undergraduate or graduate programs excel or have room to grow in specific areas. Be sure to explore The Short List: CollegeThe Short List: Grad School and The Short List: Online Programs to find data that matter to you in your college or grad school search.

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