Changes to Higher Education Act

As congressional Republicans push to pass a reauthorization bill to the Higher Education Act, many believe the changes to the act would significantly curtail the ability of low and middle-income students to receive financial aid. We at Ivy Coach are among them. In fact, in an article out today in … 

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FAFSA and Demonstrated Interest

While we don’t write often about financial aid on our college admissions blog, we wrote yesterday about how FAFSA’s form in which it asks applicants to list the colleges to which they intend to apply to is absolutely unacceptable. College admissions is, at least in part, a game of social … 

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FAFSA in Controversy

We recently came across one of the most interesting articles we’ve read in some time on highly selective college admissions on “Inside Higher Ed.” In an article entitled “Using FAFSA Against Students,” Ry Rivard details how what you type in on your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) forms … 

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