How to save more money for college this fall

It’s a busy time of year with school in full swing and the holidays around the corner, but you can still take a few minutes to save some extra funds… Read More

Encouraging a love of reading for 4th and 5th graders

Linked into Literacy: Grades 4 & 5 We’ve settled into fall and children are back to their school routines. Their bodies have adjusted to the early morning alarm clock and… Read More

5 Tips on Completing the Common Application

Hundreds of colleges and universities use the Common Application as its central form in the college admissions process, which means you’ll likely need to complete it if you’re applying to… Read More

Getting to know the CSS Profile<sup>TM</sup>

Though the FAFSA® is the most important application for financial aid, as its required by every college and university in the nation, the CSS Profile is also used in the… Read More

Learn about yourself and find careers with MEFA Pathway

What activities do I like best and how might these influence a career choice? What is important to me in a job, and what may fit my personality? How do… Read More

5 common college essay mistakes to avoid

The college essay is one of the key components of the college application, and it’s required by most colleges and universities in the country. It’s a great opportunity to share… Read More

How well do you know the FAFSA?

Did you participate in our Twitter trivia game over the weekend? We asked ten questions about the FAFSA®, the main application used in the college financial aid process. FAFSA stands… Read More

MEFA in the News

August Declared #ABLEtoSave Month

Contact: Martha Savery, Director of Public Affairs msavery@mefa.org 617.224.4813 BOSTON – Governor Charlie Baker has declared August as #ABLEtoSave Month, highlighting the importance of a new state program to assist…

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