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Latest College & Financial Aid News

Coronavirus Impact on SAT, ACT, and AP Testing

March 26, 2020

by Susan Dutca-Lovell

As a high school student in the midst of the standardized testing season and living through the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be wondering what the future holds for standardized test scores, AP courses, and the college admissions process. A recent survey conducted by The College Board revealed than 91 percent of 18,000 polled enrollees still want to take their AP tests. In fact, in 900 pages of comments responding to the AP survey, AP students "begged to be allowed at least one championship bout with an AP test."

Here is the most recent information on College Board, ACT, and higher education institutions are responding to the coronavirus pandemic in regards to standardized testing and Advanced Placement (AP) exams/courses: [...]

Coronavirus Stimulus Package: Higher Ed Edition

March 24, 2020

by Susan Dutca-Lovell

Negotiations and proposals for an economic stimulus package are being mulled over by lawmakers, ones that will ultimately affect school and education funding. Currently, student-loan borrowers are able enter forbearance on their student loans for 60 days without accruing interest. The U.S. Department of Education will also suspend student loan payments by borrowers who are over 31 days delinquent. The White House has already announced that it will waive the interest on federal student loan payments. Here are some of the recent developments in proposed relief for students, colleges and universities as part of the COVID-19 stimulus plan: [...]

College and the Coronovirus: What Students, Families Should Know

March 19, 2020

by Susan Dutca-Lovell

If you're a high school or college student, or a parent of either, you may be wondering how the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) affects you, your child(ren), and the world of higher education. From educators to college administrations, and the federal government, many individuals are working tirelessly and quickly to address students' and parents' concerns, as well as create financial assistance, breaks, and educational plans. Here are some other latest developments to stay on top of:

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Last Reviewed: March 2020