A few days ago, Mark Valdez published a very useful blog post on the United States Department of Education’s website that helps to dispel many of the myths students and their parents have heard about receiving financial aid to cover the cost of their post-high school studies.
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Popular Myths About Financial Student Aid Debunked

January 17th, 2014 by

A few days ago, Mark Valdez published a very useful blog post on the United States Department of Education’s website that helps to dispel many of the myths students and their parents have heard about receiving financial aid to cover the cost of their post-high school studies.[...] Read More...

Discover How Even Nontraditional Students Can Benefit from FAFSA

April 1st, 2013 by

FAFSA, or the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, has long been an important part of the college process for students finishing their high school careers. Author Kelsey Sheehy, of U.S. News Education, reveals some of the tips that can help nontraditional students utilize FAFSA to help reduce the costs of their college education.[...] Read More...