How Scholarship Providers Can Minimize Student Debt
There are few investments with a greater return than a college education. But growing rates of student debt have far-reaching implications, both as a heavy burden for college graduates and as a deterrent to would-be… Read more »
Financial Aid Appeals: Reflecting the Reality of COVID-19
For families whose livelihoods have been impacted by the pandemic, higher education may seem increasingly out of reach. But what students may not realize is that a change in their financial circumstances may make them… Read more »
Exploring 529 Plans for Your Scholarship Funds? Here are Four Factors to Consider.
A 529 plan is an education savings account that provides the account owner with tax and financial aid benefits, like tax-free withdrawals, when used for qualified education expenses. The Dell Scholars program began administering scholarship… Read more »
Coaching the College Major Choice
Changing a college major is a common occurrence — in fact, almost one-third of first-time college students switch majors at least once within three years. But if a student is running in the wrong direction… Read more »