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Shopping Lists and Financial Aid Award Letters

By Jacob Newman, Outreach Officer and Financial Aid Expert – March 16, 2017 Wouldn’t it be nice if you could read your financial aid award letter like a grocery shopping list? Luckily, at many universities and colleges in Utah, you can! The Department of Education has released a “financial aid shopping list” to make it easier to compare … Continued


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Cast a Wide Net: College Net Price Calculators

By Jacob Newman, Outreach Officer and Financial Aid Expert – March 2, 2017 The weather is warming up, everyone is dreaming about Spring Break, and colleges are starting to award scholarships and financial aid to their incoming freshman. Many high school seniors and their families worry about how they are going to pay for college. They wonder … Continued



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Paying For College: The Free Application for Federal Student Aid

By Agustin “Tino” Diaz on October 22, 2016 @TinoJrDiaz The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (or the FAFSA) is the gateway to all federal student aid that any U.S. citizen or permanent resident can apply for (It’s completely free!). High school seniors and college students can apply for aid by filling out the FAFSA … Continued