How to Qualify for More Financial Aid During COVID-19

By Rory Sullivan / May 19, 2020

Despite Turmoil and Loss, Opportunity Knocks In the past week, millions more Americans filed for unemployment benefits. The unprecedented surge in layoffs as businesses shutdown to combat the coronavirus pandemic has pushed the unemployment rate to the highest levels since the Great Depression. Families around the country are hurting and are wary about the future.…

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More Than a Score: The New Trend in College Admissions

By Rory Sullivan / August 15, 2019

Test-Optional Admissions Defined If your student is not a skilled test-taker, we have great news for you. Now, more than ever, colleges are ending requirements that applicants must submit SAT or ACT scores. This new trend in college admissions is known as “test-optional.” A test-optional college lets students decide whether they want to submit their…

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