Starting July 1, a completed FAFSA will be required from all students applying for and/or receiving a Bright Futures scholarship. This new law, applies to incoming freshman as well as students renewing their Bright Futures scholarships. Students who do NOT submit a FAFSA application will not receive their Bright Futures Scholarship money this fall.
College admissions offices are using blogs, Facebook, and other social networks for a number of reasons. One is to tell students more about their schools. Another is to check up students they’re considering for admissions. President and Founder of International College Counselors, Mandee Heller Adler, reveals how to create an online presence that works to a student’s advantage.