In this week’s episode you will hear
In the News (17:44) : In this week’s news segment, an article from Forbes, “New International Students to US May Hit Post-WW2 Low”, by Stuart Anderson. For the upcoming academic year, the National Foundation for American Policy has forecasted a 63% to 98% decline in enrollment of new international students from the 2018-2019 level. The numbers were first tracked after World War II. (Length 15 minutes)
Chapter 130 of 171 Answers (32:48): Mark shares how some colleges will reduce grants if a student receives outside private scholarships.
This is known as “loan displacement’ and Mark answers questions like: when does this occur? Is this a good thing? What can you do to avoid this and more?
This week’s bonus content is Mark giving the one of the biggest mistake that students make when building their college list. (Length 39 minutes)
This week’s interview (1:11:30) with Dean of Admissions Gil Villanueva moves into a deep dive of University of Richmond.
Mark’s recommended resource of the week (1:20:28) Another great source to find scholarships that have been pre-screened and confirmed as viable and legitimate scholarships: https://jlvcollegecounseling.com/scholarships/ (Length 15 minutes)
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