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The 2021-22 Financial Aid Season Kicks-off October 1 with the FAFSA

On October 1, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (“FAFSA”) will be available for high school seniors and college students enrolling for Academic Year 2021-22.  You read that right.  With students just starting a new school year, the kick-off for next year’s financial aid process is a few short weeks away.

Student Loan Basics: The Difference between Consolidating and Refinancing

Picking a student loan that meets your needs requires an understanding of some basic concepts. Student Loan Basics empowers you with information to make informed choices to borrow for college and manage the debt after college.

This article explains the important differences between consolidating and refinancing student loans.

3 Tips for HS Seniors Applying to College in the Pandemic

Selecting a college has long been a stressful process for high school seniors and their families.  The Class of 2021 also has the added stress of applying during the pandemic. It may sound a little strange, but high school seniors may be able to use the disruption to their advantage.

Here are three tips to encourage students to think outside the box and make a great college choice.