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Webinar: Completing the FAFSA

The FAFSA opens October 1st - are you ready to complete it?

 

How to Find Last Minute Funding for College

Here are a few suggestions for last minute ways to foot your college tuition bill when you've exhausted scholarships, grants, and federal loans.

 

Credit Union Student Choice Announces New Board Chairperson

Credit Union Student Choice announced that Craig Roy, Senior Vice President of Retail Lending at Digital Federal Credit Union (DCU), has been elected to the role of Chairperson by the organization’s Board of Directors.

 

UMassFive College Federal Credit Union Partners with Student Choice and FutureFuel.io to Bring Student Loan Repayment Benefits to Employees

Credit Union Student Choice announced that UMassFive College Federal Credit Union is bringing student loan repayment benefits to its employees thanks to a partnership between Student Choice and FutureFuel.io.​

 

Webinar Recording Available: Student Loans to Fill the Gap

When scholarships, grants, and federal aid aren't enough, where can you turn to fill the funding gap that's left?

 

Webinar: Student Loans to Fill the Gap

When scholarships, grants, and federal aid aren't enough, where can you turn to fill the funding gap that's left?

 

Student Loan Glossary - A to Z

There are many unfamiliar terms associated with financial aid and student loans. Review some of the most common here.

 

Deciphering College Award Letters

Comparing award letters and deciding which college is the best match can be confusing and overwhelming! Read more about the terms you'll find in your award letters, and review our webinar recording, "Deciphering Your Award Letter."

 

Helping Members Make Smarter College Choices

Recent news has brought to light a college admissions scandal in which wealthy individuals paid for falsified test scores and athletic achievements in exchange for admission to an elite college. This leads to the question - are these elite colleges really any better than a local private or state university? According to an article from NPR, not necessarily. So how can families elicit unbiased data and advice to compare the real costs and benefits a degree from specific colleges and universities?​

 

The College Admissions Scandal - What's in a Name?

Recent news has brought to light a college admissions scandal in which wealthy individuals paid for falsified test scores and athletic achievements in exchange for admission to an elite college. Obviously this isn't the right way to make your higher education dreams a reality! But it also leads to the question - are these elite colleges really any better than your local private or state university?​

 
 
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