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Happy holidays! This year, for Go Financial Aid’s gift from us to you, we wanted to bring you something really fun and exciting. We worked long and hard on it, so hopefully you enjoy it. What is it? Well, you might have actually snuck a peek at it already; it’s our new website design! There’s loads of good stuff there, so to make sure you get the most of it, we wanted to give everyone the insider’s look. Let’s see what’s new… • Responsive, Adaptable Design Go Financial Aid’s new site design presents users with extreme versatility. Every website today… Read more here!
Hi all! Happy (almost) Valentine’s day. So you’ve finally gotten the chance to really sit down and take in all of the financial aid details, the process, all of that. But maybe you find that you are still a little bit stuck? Lucky for you, we at Go Financial Aid loves to help people just like you find ways to better understand the financial aid process, as well as helping to get you the most aid possible. Today, let’s take a few minutes and talk about one good way of obtaining the information and help that you need: financial aid… Read more here!
Starting college is exciting. However, the transition makes students question their finances. You may think, “How will I ever cover the high costs of going to college?” Quick answer: complete the FAFSA. Ok, maybe that’s too quick. Basically, you need to fill out this application because it gives you access to options like government loans and grants.Completing the FAFSA is sometimes easier said than done, however. Understanding how to complete all necessary information can be as tough as learning a foreign language, as you must make sense of and include tax and family income information. To make it all easier… Read more here!
Financial aid. Those words alone can be enough to make someone cringe. The process of obtaining college funds is complicated, after all. From the FAFSA to the CSS Profile, not to mention all of the personal information required for such forms, getting financial aid for college can be a big ol’ headache. But it doesn’t have to be!Believe it or not, there are people out there who understand things like EFC, loan interest rates, and the whole gamut of confusing money details we all need to deal with in order to get help paying for college. These people, aptly named,… Read more here!
There were so many questions I had when I went to complete my FAFSA for the first time back in 2003. Actually, I had so many questions that I put the application to the side and had a family friend complete it for me! I’m not sure if the answers weren’t there or if I just didn’t take the time out to seek the answers. Well, hopefully you won’t have to go through what I went through. There is FAFSA help for you. When you go to log onto your FAFSA application online, you will find that there are several… Read more here!
As senior year approaches for high school students, and even more so as the year begins to wind down, financial aid solicitors begin gearing up to mail out countless brochures offering their services to assist students in navigating the financial aid process. While understanding all the requirements of the financial aid process is highly important in obtaining as much aid as possible, it is just as important to make sure that the help you are getting as a student or as a parent of a student is legitimate and not a scam. Remember that getting help is definitely a viable… Read more here!
You probably wouldn’t normally associate MTV with financial aid help. However, it might be time to start. MTV is teaming up with the College Board, the nonprofit administrator of the SAT’s, to increase rates of college completion. On September 16, 2010, the two well-known organizations announced their “Get Schooled College Affordability Challenge,” with the help of Grammy-winning artist John Legend. This challenge is being done through the “Get Schooled” campaign through Howard University, which is aimed at supporting and empowering youth and their families to help solve the problems in the US education system. The challenge calls for students to… Read more here!