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After scrutinizing your financial aid package, you may find that you come up a little short. In that case, make sure you know what to look for in a private loan. Here are some tips to help you compare your options.
This monthly section of the Edvisors Financial Aid Newsletter features an intriguing list of scholarships that share a common characteristic. We hope this section will make you smile and inspire you to apply for more scholarships.
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I am currently an undergraduate in college. My parents and I are in the process of completing my 2016-17 FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Can my sibling attending graduate school be included in the number in college on the FAFSA?
If your parents will provide at least one-half of your sibling’s support for the upcoming award year (i.e., between July 1, 2016 and the following June 30, 2017), even though the sibling would be considered independent for the award year (i.e., a graduate student), the sibling can be included in the parents’ household size as well as in the number in college.
A loan servicer is a company that manages sending out statements and coupon books and collecting payments on a loan, as well as other customer service functions. Some lenders service their own loans, while others outsource it to a third party company that specializes in servicing loans.
With millions of scholarships in our database, and a step-by-step matcher, you can easily find and apply to the scholarships most relevant to you!
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