If you're wondering whether you'll be able to afford a college education, you're not alone. Even before the recession, college tuition costs had been on the rise for years. Now, in tougher economic circumstances, families are finding it harder than ever to pay for college.
That's why WSJ On Campus invites you to join us on Tuesday, April 6th at 7 p.m. EDT for an exclusive, live and interactive webcast covering everything you need to know about paying for college. Topics may include:
How can you take advantage of new government student aid programs?
What's the best way to win college scholarships?
What are student loan forgiveness programs?
How can you get the best interest rates and benefits?
How do the FAFSA and CSS work?
What are 529 plans, Stafford loans, Pell Grants, and PLUS loans?
Our panel of experts will give you the inside track on the financial aid process:
Martha Holler, Vice President, Sallie Mae
Mark Kantrowitz, Publisher, Fastweb.com
James Boyle, President, College Parents of America
Randy Deike, Vice President of Enrollment Management, New York University
Jennifer Garratt Lawton, Director of Financial Aid, Wesleyan University
Melissa Kunes, Senior Director, Office of Student Aid, Pennsylvania State University
Have questions you want our financial aid experts to answer? Send an email to email@example.com.
You can tune into the webcast here at unigo.com/wsj, or participate in person at New York University's Kimmell Center (Room 802, 60 Washington Square South, New York, NY). Check back soon for more information about this unique event!