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Milestones for Seniors
The BIG Ideas: Start the school year by taking SATs/ACTs and making your list of colleges. Complete the FAFSA earlyRead More
What Expenses Do Student Loans Cover?
Tuition. Fees. Room and board. Books. Know what college costs you can pay with your student loans.
Be Prepared for FAFSA® Deadlines
The BIG Ideas To get help financing college, you need to fill out your Free Application for Financial Student AidRead More
Do I Need a Co-Signer?
Learn how a co-signer could help make it easier for you to qualify and save on a student loan.
Federal vs. Private Student Loans: What’s the Difference?
Financial Aid not enough to cover tuition? Get to know your loan options and which is right for you.
What Is a Debt-to-Income Ratio?
Get a quick lesson on one of the most important factors lenders use to qualify you for a loan.
8 Ways to Improve Your Credit Score
The key to borrowing for college is having a good credit score. Learn how to boost yours.
9 Tips for Finding Scholarships and Grants for College
College is expensive, but help is out there with scholarships and grants. Learn how to find them.
Top 6 Most Helpful Tips for Getting College Scholarships
Learn about how to find college scholarships and the best way to go about applying for them.
How to Write a Successful Financial Aid Appeal Letter for College
The BIG Ideas: Writing a financial support letter appeal letter for college can be a smart move if your financialRead More
Ready for Takeoff?
College will be here before you know it. Our senior-year parent guide can help get you ready.
The Money Talk About College
Debt regret happens for college graduates. Talk with your child now to ensure they don’t have it.
Admitted to Your Dream School? Now What?
You’ve got college choices. Learn how to make the right one for you, your goals, and your budget.
Reading Your Financial Aid Award Letters
When you apply and get accepted to college, you will be asked to complete the Free Application for Federal StudentRead More
Are Parent Loans Right for Your Family?
If you’ve read your college financial aid award letter and still have expenses that aren’t covered by scholarships, grants orRead More