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Did you know many students don’t pay the full cost of tuition advertised by colleges and universities? If you and your family are worrying about the cost of attending college, keep reading to learn more about the difference between a school’s stated tuition and what many students actually pay to attend. Advertisements

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions has been working on a new resource for first-generation college students and their families,  and we’re excited to share it with the world. Georgia State’s Guide for First-Generation Students brings together a variety of resources to help trailblazing students who will be the first in their families to attend a four-year college or university. Georgia State wanted to close many of the informational gaps that students face when trying… Read More

Recently, the United States Department of Education released a new report that highlights different schools around the country that are doing their best to advance college opportunity for low-income students . Georgia State is one of a handful of public four-year institutions featured for outstanding work in advancing student outcomes by increasing access to low-income students through the use of Pell Grants. From this group, Georgia State ranked fourth for the percentage of Pell recipients enrolled. In… Read More

Raise your hand if you know what FAFSA stands for. Did you get it? The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is an important resource for students as they figure out how to pay for college. FAFSA is incredibly valuable to many students because it helps turn college dreams into realities. Though it might seem a little confusing, it can be successfully navigated with the right information and the right attitude. When it comes to… Read More