Category: Student Financial Aid
The Covid-19 pandemic continues to impact negatively students’ ability to repay their student loans. The Biden administration has requested the Dept. of Education to extend the moratorium on federal student loan payments and interest until September 30, 2021.Read More
Knowing the benefits and challenges of accepting a student financial aid award is critical to achieving your goal of graduation. Making the best informed choice requires understanding your role and responsibilities as a student financial aid recipient.Read More
FAFSA changes are finally on the horizon with the Federal Government’s passage of the Consolidation Appropriations Act 2021, simplifying the federal student aid application process for college students and their families.Read More
Under the recently enacted Cares Act, student federal loan borrowers can suspend student loan payments and pay no interest from March 13, 2020, through Sept. 30, 2020.Read More
The coronavirus federal legislation, the CARES Act, provides assistance to college students who experienced social and economic difficulties during this pandemic event. The funding is being administered by the college or university through their student financial aid office.Read More
The coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. has dramatically impacted daily life on college and university campuses. College students need to reorient how to accomplish their academic responsibilities as they move forward during these very uncertain and unpredictable times.Read More
Anyone can “apply”, using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) … however, only U.S. citizens or eligible non-citizens can actually receive federal financial aid.Read More
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