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Financial aid for college
College: considering the money issues
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Completing the FAFSA: Everything You Should Know | Paying for College | US News
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Trump’s bid to dip into Pell Grant reserves to fund NASA faces uphill battle - The Washington Post
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3 Financial Questions to Answer When Making the Final College Choice | Student Loan Ranger | US News
Before Deciding on a College, Look Closely at the Financial Aid Letter - The New York Times
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Negotiating for more financial aid isn't something everyone does or should do (opinion)
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Yale: Financial Aid Analysis: Breaking down the Student Income Contribution
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Pennsylvania considers free college for students with household incomes below $110,000.
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Schools have varying policies on how they factor home equity into financial-aid calculations.
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Stanford becomes latest institution to drop the value of family homes when calculating ability of a student to pay.
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Parents are taking out bigger loans to pay for their children's college education, a new report finds, and having worse outcomes repaying that debt.
Trinity in Connecticut now offers Pell-eligible students four years of institutional aid based on a single application.
Bloomberg give John Hopkins 1.8 billion for student financial aid. Donation aims to ensure university can enroll talented students from all backgrounds.
Don't miss out on financial aid – here's how to get that money
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Harvard College senior Tiffanye Threadcraft enters the Office of Admissions in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Thursday, March 29, 2007.
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FAFSA Completion Increases Sluggish Nationally in 2018-19 Cycle
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FAFSA: Education Department to begin rollout of mobile student aid application
A shake-up in elite admissions: U-Chicago drops SAT/ACT testing requirement - The Washington Post
Report outlines flaws in aid award letters
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Colleges' 'Good Neighbor' Policies Reveal Great Opportunities For Local Students
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Graduation Rates for Pell Recipients
Despite filing federal applications and being eligible for aid, many low-income students in California are going without millions of dollars in Pell Grants.