Financial Aid

Financial Aid

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Article adapted by University of Central Florida from an original article by CollegiateParent Financial aid helps qualified students cover the costs of higher education. It is important for students to apply on time and fill out the necessary forms carefully because an incomplete form cannot be processed until all required information has been submitted or

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Ayuda Financiera

Ayuda Financiera

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Traducido por José Martínez, adaptado por la Universidad de la Florida Central de un articulo orignal de CollegiateParent Programas de ayuda financiera de la Universidad de la Florida Central es una forma de asistir al estudiante para pagar los costos de una educación superior. Es recomendable que el estudiante llene la solicitud con tiempo y se asegure

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Working with professors

Working with professors

Your student’s college professor is more than just an educator. The professor can be a valuable asset both during college and after graduation. The relationship between your student and their professors is also an important mentoring opportunity. It’s important for your student to establish relationships with their professors early in their college career. Where does

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The transition to off-campus life

The transition to off-campus life

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When my daughter moved off campus it was certainly an eye-opening experience. She was not prepared for the roommate disagreements, dealing with a landlord, getting along with neighbors who weren’t students, and handling broken lease agreements. She also wasn’t prepared for the temptations that came with her added freedom. Is your college student living off

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A study abroad checklist

A study abroad checklist

When my daughter applied to college, a strong study abroad program was on her must-have list. So, when the opportunity to study abroad presented itself her junior year, she completed the required documents, was accepted to her preferred program, and left on September 18, 2001 for Paris, France. As a parent, I was excited for

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A boost for your transfer student

A boost for your transfer student

Transferring to a different college or university this fall means a big adjustment for your student. Even though they’re familiar with college life in general, they’re entering a new environment as a new student, much as they did freshman year. The challenge is the same whether your student is transferring from a community college or from one four-year

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Insurance for college students

Insurance for college students

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If you’re moving a child to college this fall, you are probably in the midst of some serious shopping. As you buy extra-long twin sheets, shower caddies, storage bins, desk accessories and more, have you thought about insurance? If not, move it straight to the top of the list! Health insurance Most colleges require full-time students to have

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