Get guidance on coronavirus topics if you are starting college in fall 2020 or applying to schools as a high school senior.
Help to set your teen up for success by starting an ongoing conversation with their school counselor or academic advisor.
Legislation that became U.S. law in March in response to the coronavirus pandemic includes helpful changes to student loans and financial aid.
The coronavirus pandemic’s impact on higher education could mean an adjustment to your college expectations, from more distance learning to deferred admission. Here’s how to evaluate your options — and their budget implications — to make the right decision for you.
Discover all the ways we may be able to help you prepare, from figuring out how to pay for college to managing your money once you’re there.
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