Surviving the transition from high school to college

The transition from high school to college is known to be a difficult adjustment for most. During high school, I had the experience of moving from one end of the… Read More

Scholarships for grades 9-12

There are plenty of college scholarships out there for high school seniors, but there are also several available to students of all high school grade levels.  And securing a few… Read More

Consider high school course selection carefully

With the onset of spring, high school students across the country are presented with the task of choosing their classes for next academic year. Everyone has probably heard tales of… Read More

The College Search Process: College Fairs

Attending a college fair is a great opportunity for students and their families to gather information from a broad range of colleges. In short, it is a one-stop shop for… Read More

Popular questions on paying for college

As college acceptances roll in, it’s an exciting time for high school seniors and their families, but it’s also a season that raises a lot of questions, particularly those focused… Read More

Have you been placed on a waitlist?

You’ve waited and waited for your college admissions decision and now…(sigh!) you may need to wait some more if you’re one of thousands of students receiving news this spring that… Read More

How to pay for college

If you have a high school senior starting to receive college acceptances, congrats! The admissions process is a long road, and your family is nearing the end of it. But… Read More

MEFA in the News

MEFA Providing Expert Guidance to College-Bound Seniors and Parents Analyzing Financial Aid Offers

Paying the College Bill Seminars Available Statewide and Online Contact: Martha Savery, Director of Public Affairs msavery@mefa.org 617.224.4813 BOSTON – College-bound high school seniors and their parents are facing critical…

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May 19, 2017

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