Desperate for Fall Enrollees, Campuses are Luring Students with Campus Perks and Cold Cash

Heads-up everyone: “Low-income and first-generation families don’t know they should be reaching out to colleges and asking for more money (are being left behind by these changes). One new tool just unveiled is meant to help less well-connected students navigate this process; called SwiftStudent and produced by several nonprofit organizations and foundations, it automatically generates …

Supported by Assessment

This article provides some great college financial aid resources. Students with a current assessment report documenting their learning differences can also continue to get accommodations and supports at the collegiate level. How to Pay for College: Financial Aid for Students with LD A financial aid and scholarship guide for students with learning disabilities – Planning …