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5 tips to help file the FAFSA (Video)

Take the right step forward and get the FAFSA form filed to maximize college financial aid eligibility.  Don't leave money on the table - This goes for parents AND students! Here's 5 tips to help get started from #MyCollegeCorner

Families focus on key criteria for college choice

With FAFSA arriving October 1, families are getting ready to make tough choices about college. But how are families deciding? College selection can be very emotional, but it's rooted in logical factors that lead to a final decision. Here are some criteria points.

How financial literacy helps with college affordability

There's no doubt that college is expensive.  Just ask any parent helping their son or daughter enroll this fall, or even filing the FAFSA in preparation for next year.  College affordability is at the heart of the issue.  Let's consider how financial literacy helps manage decisions about college affordability.