Tools to Help You Make Your College List

Tools include College Navigator, College Scorecard, and Net Price Calculators. Read More

Advice to Families for High School Senior Year

Three MEFA employees who have helped their own children through the college planning process provide advice on looking at schools, staying organized, keeping calm and staying balanced, applying, and paying.  Read More

6 Ways to Make College Less Expensive

Tips include start saving, look for scholarships early, earn college credits in high school, consider community college, attend college online, and apply for financial aid.  Read More

Are We There Yet? My College Planning Weekend

A mother reflects on how attending a college graduation brought up college planning considerations for her children, including visiting a college campus, thinking about finances, talking about career plans, and considering school location and distance.  Read More

Is College for Me?

Other options besides college include trade schools, community college, developing a skill, going into the military, starting a business, or going right into the workforce. Read More

Come with Us on a Journey to College

Learn about our Journey to College video series where we interviewed high school seniors throughout the year to hear how they were building their college list, figuring out how to pay for future colleges costs, and making the ultimate decision of where to attend. Read More

7 College Planning Tips for Students in Grades 9-10

Take the PSAT, visit college campuses, determine your high school course plan, know what AP & IB classes and extracurricular activties to take, find out GPA requirements, take to family members about their college experiences, and talk with your family about college payment expectations. Read More

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Tools to Help You Make Your College List

Tools include College Navigator, College Scorecard, and Net Price Calculators.

College Financing

College Financing Seminar

October 21, 2019

6:30pm—8:30pm

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