By Lee Shulman Bierer, College Admissions Strategies   If you’re the parent of a high school senior and you’re thinking about how to pay for college without going broke, it’s a whole new, expensive world. Paying for College Without Going Broke is one the best-sellers of Princeton...

By Lee Shulman Bierer, College Admissions Strategies You've made it past the early deadlines of November 1  and December 1. Yes, there are still the regular deadlines of January 1 and January 15, but the pressure is off. Now is a great time to get serious...

By Lee Shulman Bierer, College Admissions Strategies Soaring student debt, it’s a hot topic. Presidential candidates are talking about it and that’s because the average debt of a senior graduating from college is nearly $38,000. Student loan debt in 2020 is now $1.56 trillion in the United...

By Lee Shulman Bierer Last week I started out the Financial Aid Glossary with an A-C listing thinking I would divide this up into four separate columns, but then I thought let's just share it all this week and then we can move onto some more...

By Lee Shulman Bierer Soaring student debt, it’s a hot topic. Every presidential candidate is talking about it and that’s because the average debt of a senior graduating from college is nearly $30,000. That figure is even more frightening since many families are able to send...

by Lee Shulman Bierer How much will it cost? More than you anticipated for sure, but evaluating the value of the investment for your child's college education can bring up a variety of issues. Please don’t be one of those parents who encourage their students to apply...

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