Our February newsletter has arrived, and it is full of helpful information for high school families! Now is the perfect time to be thinking about summer plans and we have plenty of resources to help. Speaking of great resources, we just discovered Understanding FAFSA. This user-friendly guide is guaranteed to make the financial aid application
College fairs are in full swing now that fall is here and we are very excited to host our upcoming College Admissions Academy Event on October 10! Join Popp & Associates at the Wellesley Free Library to discuss 3 essential legal documents your college-age child should have to give you the legal authority to access your
The Popp & Associates January 2016 newsletter is now available and offers valuable information for high school families. Read the report on college admissions recently released by the Harvard Graduate School of Education, learn about upcoming college admission, financial aid and summer program events, review recommendations for completing parent information on the FAFSA, and much
Happy New Year! I hope that 2014 is off to a great start for all of you. While we wait for Regular Decision news to arrive this spring, there are a few priorities to keep in mind in addition to submitting remaining applications: Work Hard in School– I know, second semester senior year has arrived,

The 2014-2015 FAFSA Is Now Available

The 2014-2015 FAFSA is now available online and should be completed by students (and their parents if students are considered dependents) who want to apply for federal aid for the 2014-2015 school year. Students who are beginning college in the fall 2014 semester should submit the 14-15 FAFSA and not the 13-14 FAFSA which should
As we approach the last of the Round 1 ED/EA deadlines on November 15, we need to switch gears from focusing on early applications to work that needs to be completed for Regular Decision deadlines. This is an important time to stop and reflect on your college list and make sure it still feels right