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Author(s):New York GEAR UP
Title:Frequently asked questions
Source:http://www.nygearup.org/collegesense/faq/index.htm
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Organization:New York GEAR UP
Short Description:This site offers some answers to eight frequently asked questions concering financial aid.
Annotation:The questions cover what forms of aid are available to students and how students and parents can apply for financial aid. This site also explains expected financial contribution (EFC).
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College Access Program Curricula and Instructional Resources
College and Career Planning (for Parents)
College and Career Planning (for Students)
Financial Aid
National College Access Organizations
Preparation/College Readiness
Transition to College
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