Author: jodiokun

Some high school seniors are still feeling the pressure of getting their college applications completed. Maybe they aren’t sure of their final college choice yet, or haven’t discussed the money part with their parents, but there isn’t much procrastination room remaining. Early decision and early action...

As high school seniors and their parents travel the college path, they come across many strange acronyms. You might have met some of these when you went to complete the FAFSA, or Free Application for Federal Student Aid, using the DRT, or IRS Data Retrieval...

As a high school senior, you know there are two parts to getting into college – getting accepted by the college of your choice, and finding enough money to pay for it. To qualify for financial aid you must complete the FAFSA, and there is...

This October there has been a lot of attention focused on completing the 2019-20 FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Many college-bound students and parents rush to complete the FAFSA, only to be surprised to learn that some colleges also require completion of...

As most high school seniors are well aware, there are two crucial elements of applying to college – the actual admission application and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Students hoping to score financial aid for 2020-21 have been lining up since October 1...