Books About Unusual Circumstances
- FastWeb College Gold: The
Step-by-Step Guide to Paying for College, Harper Collins,
September 2006. $21.95. 305 pages. Includes information about
maximizing eligibility for need-based financial aid, winning
scholarships, saving for college, avoiding common errors and
scholarship scams, completing financial aid application forms,
evaluating college financial aid packages and comparing student loan
options and borrowing costs. To order a copy or for more information,
visit the book's companion web site
- Kalman A. Chany and Geoff Martz,
The Princeton Review Student Access Guide to Paying
for College 1995,
3rd edition, Villard Books, New York, 1994.
ISBN 0-67974-497-0 ($16.00). 285 pages. Revised
strategies for maximizing aid and how to fill out
financial aid forms. Also talks about innovative
payment plans and solutions to unusual problems. To
order a copy, write to Villard Books, Random House,
New York, NY 10022.
- Joseph M. Re,
Financial Aid FinAncer: Expert Answers to College
6th edition, Octameron Associates, Alexandria, Virginia, September 1995.
ISBN 0-57509-006-6 ($5.00). 40 pages. This book
provides answers to questions about the impact of
unusual family financial circumstances on financial
aid, including job loss,
divorce, death, and disability. To order
this or other Octameron books, call 1-703-836-5480
or write to Octameron Associates, PO Box 2748,
Alexandria, VA 22301.