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The college search is often accompanied by another search that might have an even bigger impact on where you attend: the scholarship search. Here, we discuss a few types of scholarships to look for. [READ FULL POST]

Grants and loans awarded after filling out your FAFSA are an important part of funding college. Make sure you fill out this crucial application to help maximize your chances of getting a good financial aid package. [READ FULL POST]

Getting a job in college

If you're planning to get a job at your school, start thinking now about what kind of job you want — and how to land it. [READ FULL POST]

Reading your award letter

You've applied, filled out your FAFSA, and received a letter about your financial aid. Now what? [READ FULL POST]

Check in with the U.S. Under Secretary for Education and one of his congressional colleagues to hear some of the best ways to fund your college education. [READ FULL POST]

Here's the ugly truth: College costs a lot. So unless you're Bill Gates (hi Bill), read on to learn more about this crucial step in financing your education. [READ FULL POST]

Higher ed jargon makes everything about the college search that much more complicated. Fear not: This quick guide will help you distinguish need-based from need-blind with ease. [READ FULL POST]