The Varsity Letter - December 2014
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Making College More Affordable with Financial Aid!
 
Seniors! Remember to file your 2015-2016 FAFSA beginning January 1, 2015. Click below for tips on filing this federal application required by all colleges and universities. Now is also a good time to check and see if any of the schools you are applying to require the CSS Profile® form - in NH, only Dartmouth College and Saint Anselm College require this additional financial aid form. Make sure you meet all the required deadlines for financial aid in order to maximize your eligibility!
 
 
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If You Missed the Financial Aid Night at Your High School...
 
Watch a pre-recorded "Financial Aid Night" presentation on our NHHEAF YouTube Channel. You can also register for our FREE live webinar 4 pm - 5:15 pm on Thursday, January 8, 2015.
 
 
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Calculate the Cost of College
 
As you may know, a college's sticker price may not end up being the actual cost of attending that particular school. Colleges and universities are required to have a net price calculator to help families estimate the possible cost of attending their institution. To learn more about net price calculators and to find links to net price calculators for NH colleges and universities...
 
 
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8 Things Parents Can Do
 
Moms and Dads - we've got eight great tips to help you (and your student) navigate the path to postsecondary education!
 
 
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I Am College Bound Promo of the Month: Tips for Choosing a College Major
 
Choosing a college major can sometimes be one of the most stressful parts of the college application process. It doesn't have to be. In the United States alone, there are over 900 majors to choose from. Sure, there are your traditional majors - education, business, nursing, law enforcement - but there are some pretty cool (and different) college majors out there as well.
 
 
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Scholarship of the Month
 
Seniors - Our Destination College Speech Contest encourages you to write a 3 to 5 minute speech on what you have learned through your college admissions process. The winner will not only get to read their speech to high school juniors and their parents at our 2015 Destination College event on Saturday, March 14th at Plymouth State University, but will also win a $1,000 scholarship! Entries are due by February 5, 2015!
 
 
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