4 things to do after your college applications are in
What you’ll learn
- That it’s never too late to apply for scholarships
- What to do if your finances aren’t accurate on your FAFSA
- How to get closer to choosing your college major
Reyna Gobel is a journalist, author, professional speaker, and educator who's been quoted by Money Magazine, Real Simple, and The Washington Post. She’s spoken at hundreds of colleges across the country about student debt—and she’s the author of "CliffsNotes Graduation Debt" and “CliffsNotes Parents’ Guide to Paying for College and Repaying Student Loans.” Reyna was compensated for this article.
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