Two students attend the same college, which one pays less for tuition? The first one, of course, because she remembered to apply for a merit-based scholarship, received a one-time grant for declaring as an engineering major, and is a getting a partial scholarship for playing soccer. It's simple, right? Okay, the college admissions process is a lot of things, but simple isn't on the list.
On this episode of the DHGWA Insights Podcast, we're joined by Taylor Cocherell -- a former college admissions officer -- to help us breakdown five of the most common questions and misconceptions about college cost.
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