Posted by Randall Payne
on Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 3:28 PM (MST)
Students may have received an invitation to an event hosted by College Admission Assistance (CAA) offering help with college admissions and financial aid eligibility. It appears personalized for the student stating they have "helped thoughsans of students get accepted into a college of their choice, and receive millions of dollars in financial aid offers."
Their services are not...
Looking for scholarships?
Here are a few tips to remember:
When you decide to apply to a college, the first thing you should do is contact the admissions office to request a list of scholarships offered by the school.
Employers - Employers can have scholarship programs available not only to employees but also to employees' children and sometimes even extended...
Your child is enrolled in one or more courses that have a Dual Enrollment option through Mesa Community College. Your child has the option to earn both high school credit and college credit for the specific course if they meet qualifications and pay tuition (Mesa Community College tuition rates). For more information you may talk with your child's teacher or Mrs....