Making Sense of Financial Aid Letters and “Unmet Need”

Update, March 2016: With the first acceptance and award letters just a month away, now’s a perfect time to review this post about understanding financial aid letters and unmet need. This spring, college acceptance letters likely rolled in to your son or daughter’s inbox, solidifying the hard work that went into his or her high […]

Three Ways To Get An Early, Low-Cost Start On College

A college education is a vital step toward financial security. But for millions of students, just getting started on a degree can be daunting. Fortunately, there are some non-traditional ways to kickstart a college degree while saving on tuition. The three methods below are geared toward a wide array of students: high schoolers looking to […]

2016 Joe Lieberman Connecticut Scholarship Fund Open for Student Applications through April 1

Scholarship America announced today that the Joe Lieberman Connecticut Scholarship Fund, to assist outstanding high school seniors from Connecticut who plan to continue their education in college or vocational school programs, is now open for its fourth year of student applications. Each recipient is awarded a $1,500 scholarship, renewable for up to three additional years or until a bachelor’s […]