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Have You Been Selected for FAFSA Verification? Here's What to Do!

Verification is the process by which colleges review student financial aid applications for accuracy where the U.S. Department of Education identifies some FAFSA applications for colleges to review.  444 more words

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OIG Report on WGU, Part 3: A Brief History of ‘Regular and Substantive Interaction’

Thank you to Van Davis for this third entry on our series examining the U.S. Department of Education Office of Inspector General’s Audit Report of Western Governors University. 1,663 more words


Scholarship Hunting We Go!

When I speak to students about the high costs of attending college or trade schools, it is fairly obvious most are still really hoping that Mom and Dad have a money tree planted out in the back yard.   1,736 more words

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FAFSA Income Surprises

Friends are having a FAFSA nightmare: their daughter’s EFC came back as 60% of their income. They suspect the reason for this is that he consolidated his retirement accounts, rolling several over into a single larger account, and that some or all of that rollover is showing as an IRA distribution. 253 more words

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What is SALT?

At first glance, you might instantly think of the preservative that you may frequently use to season your food. While that is certainly another meaning of SALT, I am here today to talk to you about the SALT financial literacy program we have here on campus. 558 more words

December 2017 Scholarships

Attending college can be quite expensive for students and their families. Luckily, there are many college scholarships and contests available to help pay for a college education. 727 more words

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The Five Ps of Professionalism: Presentation

So you’ve done your research and prepared for all the questions your prospective interviewers are going to throw at you, and now you’re ready, right? Nope, there’s one more thing you need to get in order: your clothes… 268 more words

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