Tag Archives: FAFSA

The Waiting Game: What to Do After Your College Applications Are Submitted

It’s here at last – second semester of senior year! You’ve been anticipating this moment since you first stepped foot into your high school. The standardized tests have been taken, personal statements written and college applications submitted. All that’s left to do is kick back and wait! Actually, not so fast; while the heavy lifting […]

Is It Possible to Get More Financial Aid?

This blog post is provided by the Unigo Expert Network, a group of top education experts from across the U.S. answering questions submitted by students and parents about college admissions and succeeding after high school. To have your questions answered visit www.unigo.com/expertquestions “I’m worried my financial aid package won’t be sufficient for me and my […]

Start Filling Out Your FAFSA

” Now that it’s January, it’s time to start thinking about filling out the FAFSA, the government paperwork that determines a student’s eligibility for financial aid for college. Some colleges and universities use it to determine financial aid, as well. Sure, the federal deadline isn’t until June 30, but some states require its submission by […]

FAFSA Season has Begun: Waiting to Apply Can Cost You Thousands in College Money

” If you are an avid My College Options® reader, you’ve heard us mention the FAFSA application process over and over again. There’s a good reason for that: Beyond academic and extracurricular accomplishments,college financial aid centers around the FAFSA application. Because we are committed to getting you through the college admissions process, we are going […]