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Our videos are great college planning resources that provide information and guidance to help your family prepare for the future. Find videos by clicking on the categories listed below. This page includes all of our recorded webinars.

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Comparing College Loan Options

Comparing College Loan Options

There's a lot to consider when borrowing a loan to pay for college. This webinar helps you differentiate among college loan options and better understand the true cost of borrowing. Download the webinar slides to follow along. And for information about MEFA's college loans, visit our MEFA Loans page.
College Admissions for High School Juniors

College Admissions for High School Juniors

Junior year of high school is the perfect time to start seriously planning for college application season. And this webinar will give you the steps to get your family started, including tips for college fairs, what to know about campus visits, and how to build the college list. We'll share plenty of resources that can help your family as you plan, and explain what to expect as you prepare for the admissions and financial aid applications. Download the webinar slides to follow along.
5 Ways High School Juniors Can Strengthen Their College Admissions Application

5 Ways High School Juniors Can Strengthen Their College Admissions Application

This webinar for families of high school juniors with guest speaker Andrew Carter, Senior Associate Director of Admissions from College of the Holy Cross, will give tips on how students can put forward their best college admissions application.
Preparing High School Students with Disabilities for College Success

Preparing High School Students with Disabilities for College Success

Transitioning to college and finding appropriate support services can be challenging for students with disabilities who have utilized an IEP in high school. This webinar features panelists from Westfield State, Bridgewater State, and Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) as they share details of the resources available to students with disabilities as they transition to post-secondary education.
The MEFA Institute: Use MEFA Pathway’s Loan Cost Estimator to Learn the Cost of Borrowing

The MEFA Institute: Use MEFA Pathway’s Loan Cost Estimator to Learn the Cost of Borrowing

Learn how to use the Loan Cost Estimator in MEFA Pathway, MEFA’s free college and career planning portal, to calculate estimates of a monthly loan payment and repayment total based upon a loan amount borrowed.
Opportunities for After High School

Opportunities for After High School

This webinar discusses Fall 2021 colleges and programs where you can still enroll.
Using the College Cost Calculator

Using the College Cost Calculator

Learn how to use MEFA's College Cost Calculator when you receive financial aid offers to compare the aid you receive and determine your estimated college costs and balance due at each prospective college.
90 Seconds with MEFA: MEFA's College Planning Tool

90 Seconds with MEFA: MEFA's College Planning Tool

Did you know you can create a personal college savings strategy for your family with MEFA's College Planning Tool? MEFA's Associate Director of College Planning and Content Creation Jonathan Hughes explains how you can use the tool to project your future college savings, receive step-by-step guidance, and discover colleges and scholarships.
Financial Aid Appeals and Paying for College in 2021

Financial Aid Appeals and Paying for College in 2021

Learn the steps to appeal a financial aid offer from a panel of college financial aid administrators, and find out how colleges are offering extra assistance during this time of COVID-19.
College Navigator: An Easterseals Program Helping Students With Disabilities Reach Education Goals

College Navigator: An Easterseals Program Helping Students With Disabilities Reach Education Goals

The College Navigator program offered through Easterseals helps to connect students with a disability with a 1:1 mentor to help them develop skills beyond the college classroom in order to reach their long-term educational and employment goals.
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