Planning for college can be an exciting time for families. But, like many other situations, the pandemic has changed the way students find their perfect university. No need to worry, local certified educational planner Kate Malczewski from College Connectors in Edina shares some tips to help ensure students and parents understand the new playing field.
When it comes to navigating the storm around financing a child’s college education, it can be like popping up an umbrella after the deluge has stopped—too little, too late.
Bill Shaffer’s daughter looked great on paper. She had a 4.0 from a charter high school, participated in a host of extra-curricular activities and had leadership experience. Conventional wisdom would peg her as a shoo-in for college scholarships. Read more about College Inside Track Focuses on Finances