Summary: Describes the financial aid system, how need is determined, and programs available to middle income families, and lists aid at specific colleges, non-need and athletic scholarships, co-op and ROTC programs, and other alternatives.
Summary: Presents advice for both students and parents on paying for a college education, discussing how to calculate the true cost of college, fill out the federal application for aid, search for scholarships, and choose the best financial package.
Summary: "A guide to crafting a meaningful and polished college admissions essay that expresses the applicant's unique personality, strengths, and goals. Step-by-step instructions lead students from idea to initial draft, through revisions, and to a final version ready for submission"--Provided by publisher.
Contents: Arriving on campus : so real you can smell it, touch it, and taste it -- Residence halls : living, eating, and bathing with hundreds of strangers -- Roommates : good ones, bad ones, and everything in between -- Finding friends : your social or antisocial college life -- Getting involved on campus : an all-you-can-do buffet -- Greek life : behind the doors, windows, and walls of fraternity and sorority life -- Life inside the classroom : assuming you wake up and go to class -- Dating and relationships : your higher education of lust, love, and loss –Etc. Review
Summary: Describes the financial aid opportunities at more than three thousand colleges, universities, and technical schools, accompanied by a planning calendar, worksheets, itemized charts, and cost-saving tips.