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Which of our blog posts generated the most interest from you and other MEFA readers in 2018? We put together our list of last year’s titles that saw the most traction below, with our top post generating over 11,000 views. Scholarships remain our most popular topic, but students and families also want to know about steps in the admissions process, how financial aid works, borrowing loans, and college savings. We encourage you to look through the list below and take a look at any posts you may have missed. Though some scholarship deadlines have passed, they’ll likely come around again soon. And though our blog offers a lot of key guidance, remember that we’re always available in real time to provide additional college planning information or answer any of your questions. Call us anytime Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm at (800) 449-MEFA (6332) or email us at collegeplanning@mefa.org. You can also reach out to us on Facebook or Twitter. Best wishes from all of us here at MEFA for a wonderful new year!

  1. Want to Win $3,000? Enter These Scholarship Contests
  2. What to Know About the John & Abigail Adams Scholarship
  3. Scholarships for Younger Ages
  4. The College Search Process: College Fairs
  5. Let MEFA Pathway Help With the Scholarship Search
  6. Scholarships for Fall
  7. Scholarships for STEM Students
  8. Does Saving for College Hurt My Financial Aid Chances?
  9. Going Green: Scholarships for the Environmentally Friendly
  10. Our Most Popular Blogs of 2017
  11. Applying for Financial Aid When Parents Are Divorced
  12. 4 Commonly Asked Questions About Spring Semester College Loans
  13. HS Juniors: Prepare for College Admissions This Summer
  14. What You Need to Know About Borrowing a MEFA Loan
  15. How the New Tax Bill Will Affect Families Paying for Higher Education
  16. Create Your Personalized College Savings Strategy
  17. Applying for Financial Aid Checklist
  18. Scholarships for STEM Majors
  19. What Can I Use My 529 Funds For?
  20. What’s the Difference Between My Subsidized and Unsubsidized Student Loans?