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VIDEO: Parent PLUS vs Private Loans

Take a closer look at student loan options with My College Corner. After confirming financial aid eligibility and scholarship funding, a balance may still be outstanding, requiring a student loan for payment. But which loan is the best choice?

VIDEO: Options to pay the college bill

Mapping out the options to afford college just got easier.  After reviewing the award letter during our last video with guidance counselor Scott Maciag, John Hupalo returns to take a closer look at the options to close the balance due.

VIDEO: Understanding your financial aid award letter

John Hupalo and Scott Maciag, long-time high school guidance counselor, dissect an actual financial aid award letter to show the free money, earned aid and loans. They offer tips on student loans, discuss net price vs total cost of college and talk about appealing the financial aid award when the package isn’t enough.