Well, Tara, you got your wish. College Coach now has an Alexa skill. Are you happy now? By the way, have you read the latest blog post on the best ways to pay for college? Lord knows you could use the help.
Well, Tara, you got your wish. College Coach now has an Alexa skill to keep you current with all things College Coach. Are you happy now?
Have your financial aid packages left you overwhelmed by the cost of college? Maybe you have heard about appealing the financial aid offered, but aren’t sure if you should go for it. And if you do decide to ask for more money, where do you start? We have the answers to all your burning questions in our latest College Coach blog post at blog.getintocollege.com.
By early February, many - but not all - admissions and financial aid deadlines have passed. Are all of your applications complete and submitted? Are there any other forms the school requires? For more information on this topic, check out our Facebook page at Facebook.com/CollegeCoach.
By now, some students have already received some admissions decisions, scholarship offers and financial aid awards. Did you know that you may be able to negotiate higher awards? For more details, search "scholarship negotiation" on the College Coach blog at blog.getintocollege.com.
For families with juniors in high school, now is the perfect time to be researching colleges that may be the right fit, both academically and financially. Learn more about this by tuning in to the College Coach podcast, Getting In, this Thursday afternoon when one of the topics will be "How to Research Colleges".
If you will be sending your child off to college this fall, do you have your 4-year payment gameplan set yet? Learn some best practices from the short videos on the College Coach YouTube channel. They will set your student - and you - up for college payment success.
By December 27th, you should have all of your college admissions applications and financial aid applications submitted. You should start receiving admissions offers and financial aid offers soon, if you haven't already.
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