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The College Interview: A Key Step to College Admission

For some students, the college interview may be their first ever formal interview with a prize on the line: admission to the college. An interview can be an important piece of the admission puzzle, along with academics and extracurriculars, and may even help maximize your student’s merit-based financial aid (free money awarded by the college, not based on family finances).

Technology drives student lending innovation – with Vince Passione – Founder / CEO LendKey

The My College Corner Podcast is joined by Vince Passione, founder and CEO of LendKey Technologies - a provider of digital lending solutions for over 300 credit unions and community banks nationally.

3 Key Points for Grandparents Funding 529 College Savings Plans

If you’re a grandparent helping to save for your grandchild’s education, you’re not alone.   Recent surveys showed that nearly 40% of grandparents make some contribution to their grandchild’s college education.