by Jeff Makris
Comparing financial aid packages is no easy task and presents a laundry list of emotions you weren't sure you'd associate with financial aid. Take a look at "part 2" of our Financial Aid Package comparison series to get a better sense of the full range of complexity tied to this must do process.
It is financial aid package season and Sandy Jimenez of Goddard's Option Center does a great job detailing the mechanics , complete with tools and tips, on how to approach comparing the best financial package for students.
The art of making a first impression and the ability to properly present oneself on paper and in person is something that is still very relevant. Joe Fantozzi, of CUNY's admissions counseling team, believes that the college search process can often serve as the perfect opportunity to help students make that jump into professionalism and start forming good habits they will need in college and beyond, not to mention the impression they will leave on the admissions team at their dream school. To text or not to text, read more to find out.
On paper, Amanda wasn’t someone our school considered “at risk” so she wasn’t targeted for interventions like summer bridge programs and transition workshops. Our school was trying to focus our energy on students like David – students who got into college, but weren’t necessarily on track to get out in four years. As more and more of the work in college access shifts towards supporting students to and through college, it is increasingly challenging to figure out which students need the most support.
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