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ADVENTURES IN ADULTING: Hey Siri, How Do I Fill Out Financial Forms?

ADVENTURES IN ADULTING: Hey Siri, How Do I Fill Out Financial Forms?

The lovely folks at the Office of Student Financial Services just released our financial aid awards, and as seniors, we can rejoice that we will never have to guess our way through a FAFSA application again — please, let us maintain our delusion that we’re not going to grad school[Read More…]

Secretary of Education King Addresses FAFSA Deadline

Secretary of Education King Addresses FAFSA Deadline

The new filing date for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid will benefit current high school seniors applying for financial aid, according to United States Secretary of Education John B. King Jr. at a White House press briefing Thursday. The new opening date, Oct. 1 — three months ahead[Read More…]

by October 4, 2016 0 comments City News, News, News - Top
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President Barack Obama, pictured at December’s College Opportunity Day of Action, signed the Student Aid Bill of Rights on March 10.

Bill of Rights Targets Student Debt

President Barack Obama signed the Student Aid Bill of Rights on March 10, proposing 19 executive actions to provide student loan borrowers with additional rights and resources to receive and pay off student aid. The four articles of the bill of rights pledge to give every student the rights to[Read More…]

by March 20, 2015 0 comments City News, News, News - Top

Students from College Dems Lobby on Hill

Five members of the Georgetown University College Democrats spoke with a legislative aide of Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) about student loan reform at the Hart Senate Office Building last Friday morning. The group, comprised of Aditya Pande (SFS ’18), Tracey Zhang (SFS ’17), Matt Schneider (COL ’18), Tonisha Lewis (COL[Read More…]

by March 3, 2015 1 comment Campus News, News

FAFSA Changes Reporting Guidelines for Parents

The 2014-2015 Free Application for Federal Student Aid will include non-gender-specific options for financial aid applicants to describe their parents’ income and general information, regardless of gender or marital status, the U.S. Department of Education announced Monday. Students will be able to describe their parents with terms such as “stepparent”[Read More…]

by April 29, 2013 0 comments City News, News