How Will Colleges Make Decisions This Year? – With so many colleges going test optional/test blind, an important metric for admission decisions will be unavailable. How do colleges plan to distinguish between similarly-looking students from different parts of
It is the time of year that college-bound students and families start to look beyond what school they may attend to what the financial aspect of the investment will look like.
All students requesting financial assistance from
Happy New Year! Whether 2016 is the year you’re going away to college, or you’re just getting starting with your college admissions planning, January is a great time to begin setting goals.
This month’s newsletter
2015 has been a great year and we’re proud to say that a number of our students have achieved great success in being admitted to their top college of choice!
On behalf of myself and the team at A2Z
Senior Parents (North Carolina),
Want to get help completing your child’s financial aid forms from financial aid professionals ? If so, mark your calendars for FAFSA Day! This is a free service provided by the College Foundation
Change is “in the wind” with regard to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). In particular, three factors, two of which are clearly designed to help students in the college going process, are being rolled out
The US Department of Education just announced a major change for FAFSA next year. Colleges will no longer have access to an applicant’s college list:
Article in Forbes about what information schools receive other than your ACT scores.
Author: Rhonda Manns, A2Z College Planning
College is expensive, and becomes more so each year as the population of aspiring, high-achieving students graduating from high school grows. Its not surprising that a number of families rely on private, state or
Already looking forward to going to your dream school… or sending your child away to their dream school? By now, you’ve probably already sent in early applications to a chosen few schools. It’s early in the school year but