"As high-school seniors mull college acceptances and decide where to attend college in the fall, the economic turmoil created by the coronavirus is making financial-aid offers even more crucial," The Wall Street Journal reports.
"... And as always, if a family isn’t happy with an aid offer or if their financial situation has changed dramatically, they should know they can appeal to a college for more aid.
'They can ask for additional consideration at any time; they don’t need to commit to enrolling and pay a deposit first,' according to a spokeswoman for the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators."
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Publication Date: 4/6/2020