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6 Deadlines to Keep in Mind During Your College Search

October 2, 2017 | College Ave Student Loans
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To prevent delays and avoid missing out on opportunities, it’s important to be aware of the deadlines for the colleges or programs you’re interested in. Here are a few deadlines to keep in mind.

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Important Questions to Ask During Your Campus Visit

September 25, 2017 | College Ave Student Loans
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Now that your campus visit is scheduled, it’s essential to be prepared and have questions ready to ask about the things that are most important to you. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

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The High School Student’s Guide to Campus Tours

September 14, 2017 | College Ave Student Loans
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Visiting a college campus is one of the best ways to know whether a college is a perfect fit. Our guide breaks down the touring process and how you can make the most out of your campus visit.

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6 Ways to Save for College as a High School Senior

September 11, 2017 | College Ave Student Loans
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Your senior year is the perfect time to begin finding ways to save for college. Here are a few money-saving tips to keep in mind as you begin to think about college choices.

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