Woman using laptop to research how to pay for graduate school
Ways to pay for graduate school, medical school, and law school include grants and scholarships, university employment, employer tuition reimbursement, tax credits, and loans. …
By Lauren Patten    |
Counselor and student at IEP Transition Meeting
Learn how to create a transition plan, the benefits of a student-led IEP transition meeting, and important tips to help students lead their IEP meeting. …
By Mary Rubenis    |
Woman using computer to learn about student loan repayment
Learn if you can set up a monthly auto-pay, how early you can begin repayment, if there's a penalty for repaying early, how many servicers you may have, and how to consolidate. …
By Meredith Clement    |
Student using laptop to investigate their future on MEFA Pathway
New features tie customized labor market information to career exploration and include Now Trending, Looking Ahead, Popular Places, and Career Path. …
By Jennifer Bento-Pinyoun    |
Mother and daughter using computer to review transition to college
Learn about IEPs, the accommodations available in college, and the role parents can play in helping their child with a disability succeed. …
By Mary Rubenis    |
Students comparing college lists
Consider attributes you want in a school, majors you are interested in, and current GPA and test scores when building your college list. …
By Shaun Connolly    |
Woman using tablet
Scholarships include Dr. Kyle Hornby Annual Scholarship, Women in STEM Scholarship, El Café Del Futuro Scholarship, SelectBlinds.com Scholarship, Dolphin Galleries Visual Arts Scholarship, Prime Scholarship, Flavor of the Month Scholarship, and Avonte Oquendo Memorial Scholarship.…
By Lauren Patten    |
Father and son using laptop to view Boston Saves
Learn about Boston Saves, what makes them unique, how the program started, who they partner with, and how families engage with and respond to the program. …
By Sasha VanDerzee, Jonathan Hughes    |
Girl holding books on campus
Learn what rolling admissions is, how the deadlines differ, why schools use it, and if the application requirements are the same. …
By Iris Godes, Shaun Connolly    |
Girl hugging her parents
Learn if there are considerations for parents over 65 years of age, if there is a cost of living adjustment based on geography, if child support is considered income on the FAFSA, and more.…
By Meredith Clement    |