U Can Help

March 3, 2011

You should be aware that the University of Arizona had just implemented the use of the CSS Profile financial aid form. UA is currently testing to see if it makes a positive financial impact on their university. If everything goes well, then (and this is my prediction) all three state schools will begin using this […]

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Harvard Announces Return of Early Action Admissions Program

March 1, 2011

UPDATE: Harvard Announces Return of Early Action Admissions Program Princeton joins Harvard in reinstating early admissions By Gautam S. Kumar, Justin C. Worland , and Julie M. Zauzmer, CRIMSON STAFF WRITERS Published: Thursday, February 24, 2011 23 Comment Email Print Updated 2:10 p.m. | Harvard announced today that its non-binding early action admissions program will […]

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U of A still moves forward with CSS Profile

February 25, 2011

U of A still moves forward with CSS Profile. They did update the website and correct all the typos and spelling and grammatical errors. Join the march and send a message to University of Arizona to make college affordable and stop using the CSS Profile. Join the Facebook page here http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/pages/University-of-Arizona-Stop-the-CSS-Profile/203103619705512    Send article as […]

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Financial Aid Boot Camp exclusively on this website.

December 29, 2010

AZ College Consulting, LLC presents the Financial Aid Boot Camp exclusively on this website.   Parents & students learn the secrets to maximize financial aid at ANY college.   Dear Parents, students and neighbors, You must view this BOOT CAMP session in its entirety so that you can take full advantage of every financial aid package, […]

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Are you a helicopter parent?

November 4, 2010

Helicopter Parents Reconsidered from CollegeBoard.com Take the Quiz Given all the negative attention they receive in the media, you might expect to find swarms of “helicopter parents” at every high school and college campus across the country. These overly involved parents earned that nickname because they hover over their children, swooping in to fight their […]

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Department of Education Seeks to Regulate Higher Education

October 26, 2010

Department of Education Seeks to Regulate Higher Education  October 25, 2010 William A. Estrada, Esq. Director of Federal Relations Melanie Palazzo Congressional Action Program Director A recently proposed regulation would give the federal Department of Education unprecedented authority over all colleges and universities—even private ones. The proposed regulation, entitled “Program Integrity Issues,” would create new […]

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Suit claims antitrust law violations

October 25, 2010

Suit claims antitrust law violations The NCAA was sued in federal court Monday in a case that seeks to overturn the governing body’s policy of putting one-year limits on athletic scholarships. The suit was filed in California on behalf of former Rice football player Joseph Agnew. It claims that Agnew lost his scholarship after he […]

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JD on the radio – KFNX 1100AM

October 11, 2010

[audio:http://www.azcollegeplanning.com/audio/kfnx10082010.wav] A face for the radio! Hi, I just wanted to drop a quick note and let you know that I will be on the radio live! Friday October 8th at 4:45 -5:00 PM – And a second show added Tuesday October 12th at 3:15-3:30PM tune your radio to KFNX 1100 AM Or listen online at […]

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College fair Phoenix, Scottsdale, Chandler

September 21, 2010

Phoenix Convention Center is host a college fair on September 26th Sunday. Fair Hours: Sunday, September 26, 2010 11:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. (200 colleges will be in attendance.) Also on the same day is the Scottsdale College Fair in the evening, Sunday, September 26, 2010 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the Scottsdale Center for […]

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Why an airline ticket is the same as college

September 21, 2010

The next time you are on an airplane, or see a commercial on TV for an airline, know that every passenger around you paid a different price for their seat. Some paid more, some paid less. College is no different.  In both cases, whether you’re buying an airline ticket or paying for college, the best and […]

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