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Financial options when considering out-of-state colleges

Going to another state to attend college is a dream for many students. There a many benefits to attending a college out-of state including independence, new friends, and different weather. 573 more words

Financial Aid

Buying an Inexpensive Credit Score

It’s a classic chicken or egg dilemma: your kids graduate from college and face an immediate problem: they have no credit history, which makes it harder for them to rent an apartment or get a credit card.  452 more words


Tips College Freshmen Should Know

Start College on the Right Foot…Adjusting to college life can be difficult transitioning for high school students and even more difficult for older adults. Here are some tips to help you prepare and ensure college success. 26 more words


College Visits - 10 Tips

Leaves are changing color.  A nip is in the night air.  Students are eagerly awaiting some time off. Holidays already? Nope. MEA is in the rear view mirror.   823 more words
College Admissions

Early Admissions Can Save Time, Money

As larger numbers of students apply to college and colleges compete for quality students who are dedicated to their school, colleges and universities have expanded the application options available to students in order to not only manage applicant pools but also increase the number of candidates that they consider “high-quality.” When considering the college application process, it’s important for families to understand each type of admission program and what those programs require. 571 more words

College And Career Planning

Good Financial Advice

When was the last time that you asked for a second opinion on your finances?  Money is one of those subjects that is hard to bring up in conversations.  1,853 more words

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