Some college students might justify a slip in their grades by saying a 2.2 GPA student earns the same degree as 3.8 GPA student. But getting decent college grades matters. In fact, earning at least average grades is one part of making “satisfactory academic progress” (SAP), a key element of financial aid eligibility. So if you’re … Continued

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At Inceptia, the heart of our nonprofit mission is to arm you with the knowledge necessary to make informed financial decisions – and that includes helping high school students navigate the college planning process. As a high school junior or senior, you and your families have some pretty big choices to make over the next … Continued

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