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Author: Jason Bullock

8 Strategies you can Share with your Students and their Parents to Maximize College Financial Aid Eligibility

Maximizing college financial aid eligibility for your child can be overwhelming and difficult to navigate. From lowering your “assessable assets” to considering Roth IRAs for summer jobs, here are eight effective college financial aid strategies for getting the most aid out of the FAFSA for your child. 1. Roll custodial accounts like UTMA/UTGA accounts into Read More

Finding your student’s best fit college – How the Myers-Briggs type indicator can help

With over 4,000 colleges and universities in the United States, creating a short list of just 8-10 schools can be quite a challenge. The task is not made easier by the fact that schools vary greatly from one another. Size, location, choice of majors, internship opportunities, selectivity, campus vibe, available activities and diversity are only Read More

Better sleep can impact your students in many positive ways

A well rested student is a happier, more productive student. Lack of sleep can result in many negative consequences which can include lack of focus, irritability, use of drugs etc. Tuck has published several guides that can help students who may be having trouble sleeping. These include: Depression and Sleep Disorders – Troubled sleep, insomnia, and Read More

These Colleges & Universities still have openings for the Fall 2018 semester

More than 450 College’s & Universities still have openings and are actively pursuing students for the Fall 2018 semester according to NACAC’s annual College Openings Update: Options for Qualified Students, a voluntary listing of NACAC member postsecondary institutions that are still accepting applications from prospective freshman and/or transfer students for the upcoming fall term. The College Openings Read More

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