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Facebook Live event gives step-by-step help to apply for $25M in grants & scholarships
WINOOSKI (November 25, 2019)— Join Vermont Student Assistance Corp. for its Facebook Live event, Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 7 p.m., on how to apply for a Vermont state grant and any of the 150+ scholarships managed by VSAC.
VSAC makes getting all your financial aid as easy as 1-2-3
The FAFSA, Vermont State Grant – and now VSAC scholarships – are available Oct. 1
WINOOSKI (September 30, 2019)— Financial aid season opens Oct. 1 and filing your applications now will put you in the driver’s seat when planning for your education and training after high school.
Once you file your FAFSA and...
September is the perfect time to save for college
VSAC celebrates College Savings Month with 529 account prize packages
WINOOSKI (August 30, 2019)— Summer may be winding down, but September festivities for National College Savings Month are just beginning.
As families settle into fall school routines, this is an ideal time to establish a habit of...
VSAC warns student loan borrowers to watch out for new scam
Fraudsters try to con you out of money and personal identification
WINOOSKI (August 29, 2019)— Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC) is warning borrowers about a student loan debt relief scam hitting some Vermont borrowers right now.
The scammers claim to be calling from “Vermont...
The Curtis Fund expands scholarship program to cover ‘credentials of value’ training
New program creates pathways to good-paying, skills-based jobs
WINOOSKI (July 31, 2019)— The Curtis Fund, with the help of Vermont Student Assistance Corp., is making new scholarships available to Vermonters who seek short-term training programs to build their job skills.
VSAC makes over $1.3 million in loan rebates to borrowers
‘Borrower benefits’ program has saved borrowers $181 million since 1995
WINOOSKI (June 26, 2019)— Vermont Student Assistance Corp. is giving over $1.3 million in interest rebates to borrowers this year, part of its “borrower benefits” program that has saved students $181 million in loan costs since...