The coronavirus pandemic has put severe financial strains on US colleges, and on students and their parents as well. As a result, more families need financial aid. Experts talk about applying for assistance, how to read an award letter, how to ask for more if it’s not enough, and other options for students on the path to college.
Our panel of experts from the National Association for College Admission Counseling will take a closer look:
Brenda Poznanski, director of school counseling and admission at Bishop Guertin High School (NH)
Rachel Gentry, assistant director for federal relations, National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA)
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