Elizabeth “Lizzie” Brown just graduated from Craftsbury Academy last week. Lizzie joined the GEAR UP program later on in high school but has taken advantage of the program as a resource to help her finalize the details of her college plans and learn how to pay for college.
Blog Archive: Preparing for College Costs
Dennis Van Nostrand has two dreams: To be a cross-country tractor-trai
At VSAC, we’re making the month of May one big, happy Vermont 529 Day. And there's still time for all Vermonters to join in!
VSAC is proud to announce our student loan rates for 2019-2020 school year: as low as 4.79% APR – our lowest fixed rate ever.
Debbie McBride and her son both graduated from college on the same day
Thinking about taking out a loan to pay for your studies? You’re not alone: Nearly seven out of 10 Vermont students will take some loans to finance their education expenses. Knowing how to compare loans and costs is essential to making college more affordable.
For families with a high school senior, this is the month college acceptances arrive in full force (congratulations!), and with them, financial aid offers. It’s an exciting time and—let’s face it—also a bit overwhelming as deadlines loom: Most colleges require a deposit by May 1.
Jeremy MacKenzie’s higher education journey is
Are you the parent of a high school student? If so, welcome to one of the most formative phases of your student’s life. While the path to college or career training is definitely your student’s journey, as a parent you play a major role—both financially and from a practical perspective.
I am a senior at Lake Region Union High School, where I serve as our local Future Business Leader of America co-president and state treasurer for Vermont FBLA.