This article explains the student aid index and the 3 different types of SAI’s you might encounter on your financial aid application journey.
The Federal Student Aid office recently announced FAFSA changes that will go into effect for the 2023-2024 school year.
When your student aid index (SAI) is too high to be affordable, you have several options. Let’s discuss what some of those options are.
With the FAFSA Simplification Act comes a host of changes to the way federal student aid is calculated.
Let’s dig into the most common FAFSA questions we hear, and how you can navigate your application to maximize financial aid.
For this post, we wanted to share some of the common FAFSA mistakes that need to be avoided when filling it out.
During the application process, most colleges will be looking for an upwards progression in grades over the high school years.
A question on the minds of most parents with college-bound high school students is “Will we qualify for need-based financial aid for college?”
Have you heard the term Student Aid Index on TV or social media and wondered what exactly it is, and how does it affect your child and family?
Getting a Division 1 athletic scholarship is not an easy task. However, here are some tips that will increase his or her chances.