Feb 21 2017
In case you missed it, here’s a recap of my recent Facebook Live Rapid-Fire Q&A!
Whether you’re a high school student or the parent of one, the college admissions process can be a stressful time and leave you with many questions. I answer those questions for you live from the comments section during my rapid-fire FB […]
Jun 07 2016
The cost of a college education is a significant investment. No matter what a family’s budget is, it’s important to know a few key financial terms at the start of the college admissions process.
Some of the financial aid information will be available on a college’s website. Other information may not be readily accessible. Contact the […]
Apr 05 2016
Colleges and universities don’t like to use the term “negotiating” when it relates to families trying to get a better deal on their financial aid award.
But the fact is that there is a bit of negotiating that goes on in an effort to secure a student’s enrollment deposit. Whether it’s increasing the aid award or […]
Sep 05 2015
Watching the stock market plummet then surge recently brought back the same feeling in my gut when I took over as a first time Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid during the 2008 recession. The stock market’s roller coaster leads to calls for calm and rationality from CEOs and economists—but it leads to angst and […]