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And so it begins: college life. Hopefully you took as much from your years in high school as you could—learning as much as possible, asking questions and taking the time to realize that high school prepares you for a more demanding academic load. That next step, a college education, as one school puts it, “prepares you for the real world.” Students learn field-specific skills and hone time management and study strategies, which will aid in a strong professional future. However, with the flimsy nature of our economy, and less money coming into households, many become concerned about the affordability of… Read more here!
Recently, more FAFSA-related topics have been discussed in the national news regarding the correlation between the difficulty of the form, and the lowering amount of students attending college. More and more students are finding themselves having to either pay for college without parental assistance or to just simply not attend school until they can afford it, if at all. Many universities are dealing with the common issue among students of not being able to obtain sufficient financial aid to attend college, and this predicament is often seen in students whose parents will not help them financially to go to a… Read more here!