9-16-19 PP HESAA Financial Aide PPComplete the FAFSA Online: http://fafsa.ed.gov *(can begin in October each year)HESAA's (Higher Education Student Assistance Authority) Financial Aid Presentation for Woodbridge Township School District parents will be held in the Auditorium of JFK High School on September 16, 2019 at 7:00 PMAttend one of the FREE FAFSA Days in our area to receive free professional assistance. Go to https://www.hesaa.org/Pages/NJFAFSAGO.aspx, for dates and locations. For more information contact your school counselor.
How to Earn In-State Tuition at an Out-of-State College
In State Angels think there should be a resource that demystifies the process---shedding light on how to legitimately and predictably earn in-state status. In-State Angels hopes to be that resource with information and solutions designed to help students explore and earn in-state tuition in states and universities across the country.
While not every student is going to be a good candidate, those who are stand to save enormously and it can make all the difference between a student attending their 3rd choice college vs. 1st choice college.
What makes a good candidate for in-state?
The process favors those who are more mature and independent than average.
Top factors that contribute to success:
- a sincere intention to remain indefinitely in a new state after college
- being financially responsible and at least partly self-supporting with student loans or otherwise
- willingness to work at least a little bit while in school
- openness to potentially going to school less than full-time for at least a year
The more these factors are true for a student, the greater number of colleges are unlocked to a student.
Learn more about earning in-state:
Crash course guide how to get in-state tuition.
State-by-state difficulty map
50 states, 50 sets of rules.
Free 1st Step
A student can share a little about their unique situation, and we will tell them their next best step toward in-state.
How much can a student save by earning in-state status?
The national average is 13,310/year but can be as much as 29,662/year depending on the college. Here are a few examples:
University of Oregon: 20,970/year savings
University of South Carolina: 18,282/year savings
Montana State University: 14,589/year savings
University of Texas: 25,044/year savings
University of Arkansas: 12,090/year savings
University of Washington: 21,117/year savings
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Member of NACAC and HECA
Has saved students over 4,500,000 in tuition to date