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Money, Scholarships

Step-by-Step Guide to Winning Scholarships

0 Comments 12 January 2017

Winning scholarships is an important part of your plan for paying for college. About one in eight students wins some scholarship money with the average amount being about $4,000. This five-step plan will help you get started on your path to winning college scholarships. Step 1: Start Immediately Start searching for scholarships sooner, rather than later. […]

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Money, Scholarships

Scholarships Expiring in January

0 Comments 10 January 2017

We all set goals for the new year. Make applying for as many scholarships as possible one of your 2017 goals! Take a look at the scholarships below and see what interests you! Awards are listed by application due date. Hamilton Award – This scholarship is for college-bound high school juniors who have a strong […]

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Prepare for College, Resources

Winter Break Checklist

0 Comments 26 December 2016

The moment you’ve been waiting for is finally here – it’s winter break! A time for catching up with friends and celebrating the holidays with loved ones. This is also a great opportunity to get a head start on college applications. Here are some suggestions for how to spend your time over break. Search for […]

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Pay for College, Undocumented Students

Colleges that Meet 100% of Financial Need for Undocumented Students

0 Comments 22 December 2016

College affordability is a big concern for many students and their families. Paying for college is even more difficult for undocumented students. Luckily, there are several colleges that are dedicated to making undocumented students’ college dreams come true. These colleges meet 100% of the students’ demonstrated financial need with grants, student employment, scholarships, and, in […]

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College Spotlight

Get to Know Brandeis University and the Myra Kraft Transitional Year Program

0 Comments 08 December 2016

Brandeis University, located less than ten miles from Boston, is dedicated to the humanities, sciences, and giving its students a well-rounded education. This institution has the unique distinction of being one of the youngest private research universities in the country. Brandeis brings professors fresh from the field or lab to undergraduate and graduate classrooms. This […]

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