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Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Thursday at 1 PM Pacific

March 17th 2016:Asking for More Money, Part 1: How to Appeal a Financial Aid Award

The initial financial aid award you receive from a college doesn’t necessarily have to be the best and final offer—it’s actually okay to ask for more if you think you need it. Our college finance experts, who also happen to be former financial aid officers, will help listeners understand what kinds of information they can present to make the case for more money. We’ll also present a current Brown student’s college selection story and dig into Harvard’s Turning the Tide Report and what it all means for future college applicants.

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Elyse Krantz became interested in the college admissions process after serving as a student tour guide in the admissions office of her alma mater, Dartmouth College. After graduating cum laude with a degree in linguistics, Elyse accepted an admissions counseling position at Bennington College in Vermont, where she worked with students from Long Island, New Jersey, Atlanta, Chicago and the Pacific Northwest. She then moved to New York City to pursue a Master's degree in Communication and Education at Teacher’s College, Columbia University, subsequently joining the admissions staff at Barnard College as a senior admissions officer. At Barnard, Elyse directed Long Island and Boston recruitmen
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