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

How to Prepare for Study Abroad

If you’re planning to study abroad next year, you’ll want to check out the blog we published on scholarships specific to study abroad programs. And while paying for study abroad… Read More

5 tips for living off campus

Living off campus can be an exciting time. For many students, it’s the first time they’ll be living with so much freedom. There are no parents or RA’s to provide… Read More

The facts on being an RA

If you’ve ever lived in a college dorm, chances are you’ve had a resident advisor, or an RA. The RA is responsible for helping students in the dorm transition to… Read More

Graduating in four years? No problem (with a little work)!

Ryan G. Forsythe, Ed.D is the Vice President for Enrollment Management at Worcester State University. “I’m going to college to get a four-year degree, so it should take four years.”… Read More

5 Tips for College Commuters

There are so many tips for students who are preparing to move onto their college campus this fall: the supplies you’ll need to “feel at home,” how to handle new… Read More

Balancing Act: Tips for Managing College Life: Part III

As a rising college senior, I’ve learned a few things over the last three years about balancing the many responsibilities that come with attending college. I recently shared some tips… 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…

College Financing

College Financing Seminar

May 24, 2017

6:30pm

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