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Rescinded Acceptances At Harvard

We recently published a post regarding how social media can help (or hurt) your college admissions outcome. Your privacy is not guaranteed and what you put on the internet is there for good. Admissions officers do look at  applicants’ social media pages … Continue reading

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Did You Know You Can You Appeal Your Financial Aid Offer?

Many colleges are open to increasing the amount of aid being offered, so, if your aid award does not meet your needs, appeal. There are many valid reasons you may qualify for additional aid. Your family’s financial circumstances may have … Continue reading

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Financial Aid: Read The Fine Print

You have your decisions and financial aid packages in hand, so now is the time to focus on the details.  It’s vital that you understand the terms of your aid, the requirements a school may have in order for you … Continue reading

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Have You Heard?

It’s early decision time! If you applied early decision or early action, the waiting game will soon be over. You may also have already heard, or will soon hear, from schools with a rolling admissions policy. Once you have your … Continue reading

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Check Your Mail

Seniors, May 1st, National College Decision Day, is quickly approaching and you have an big decision to make!  The schools you’ve been admitted to will be sending you many important announcements to help you make your decision. So, check your … Continue reading

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Rejecting Rejection

A high school senior from North Carolina refused to accept rejection. Read on to learn how Siobhan O’Dell responded to college rejection with humor and good spirit.            

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Your Financial Aid Offers

You’ve been admitted to college and now it’s time to evaluate your financial aid options. Financial aid may be a critical component in your decision making process so make sure you understand your offers fully, as all financial aid packages … Continue reading

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