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Changes Come to the FAFSA This Month

You can now submit your FAFSA beginning October 1st of the prior school year. This means if you are attending college for the 2017-18 academic year (as a freshman or returning student), you can submit your FAFSA now! Read More

 

Paying Off Your Student Loans

Entering repayment for your student loans can be just as stressful and confusing as funding your college education in the first place. Check out our free webinar (on-demand) covering what you need to know about repayment! Read More

 

Last Minute Ways to Pay for College

If you’re headed to college this fall, you’ve likely received your tuition bill and the deadline to pay is quickly approaching. Here are a few suggestions for last minute ways to foot the bill if you’re sweating how to cover your costs. Read More

 

College Prep Webinar Recording Now Available

A recording and webinar materials are available now online for "College Prep: Steps to Success," led by Student Choice College Access Counselor Patricia Poplicean. Read More

 

What’s in a Name? Elite Schools May Not Be Worth The Costs

When it comes to choosing a college, students and parents may think it’s worth the hefty price tag to attend a more prestigious school. But a recent article in The Wall Street Journal shows that attending an elite level college may not actually pay off in the end. Read More

 

College Seminar Offered in Norfolk on Feb. 2

Attending college is a major life event - let us help eliminate some of the stress and guide you through the steps of preparing for college and the costs that come with it. Read More

 

Free Recorded FAFSA Webinar for Students and Families

Listen to the recorded version of Student Choice's national webinar as College Access Counselor, Patricia Poplicean, takes college-bound students and parents through each step of completing the FAFSA – your gateway to financial aid. Read More

 

Responsible Credit Card Use

Many young people see credit cards in one of two ways: “Yay, free money!” or “No way, I’m steering clear of those!” What you may not realize is there is a middle ground in the form of responsible credit card use. Read More

 

The Building Blocks of Good Credit

If you’re headed off to college for the first time, you may have never given any thought to your credit score or how it affects loans you apply for. You might not even know what a credit score really is. But as you venture closer to being an independent adult, it’s vital that you understand the basics of building good credit. Read More

 

Earn an “A+” in Budgeting

Going off to college is probably one of your first big solo adventures. Along with the freedom to make your own decisions comes the responsibility of having to manage your money. We’ve got some great advice on ways to earn an “A+” in financial management Read More

 
 
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