Las Vegas, NV (April 22, 2015) — As college admission letters arrive, high school seniors across the country are comparing financial aid award letters and deciding where to go to college. To help students and their families make one of their biggest financial investments, Mark Kantrowitz, Senior VP and Publisher of Edvisors.com and author of Filing the FAFSA, has prepared a list of the top ten questions students and their families should ask college financial aid administrations.
“We provide free, continually-updated information and insights to help students and their families navigate the complexities of paying for college. A popular topic is understanding financial aid award letters, which are often very confusing, making it difficult to compare one school to another. Edvisors.com teaches students and their families how to interpret these letters and arms them with right questions to ask, helping them make more informed financial decisions,” said Kantrowitz.
According to Edvisors.com, the following are some of the top questions students should ask financial aid administrators about college costs and financial aid:
To access the full list of questions and related information, visit https://www.edvisors.com/fafsa/after-submitting/award-letter/#ten-questions-to-ask-the-college-financial-aid-administrator.
Edvisors publishes free web sites to help students and families plan and pay for college. Every year, millions of students and their families turn to the company's flagship site, Edvisors.com, for timely, accurate information, advice and tools that help them confidently make the best decisions about paying for college. At the Edvisors ScholarshipPoints.com site, students earn points and enter scholarship drawings (the site has awarded more than $750,000 to date). StudentScholarshipSearch.com is a large free online database of scholarships with an easy-to-use scholarship matching tool. Founded in 1998, Edvisors is based in Las Vegas, Nevada. More information can be found at www.edvisors.com.
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