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UMKC students face financial difficulties and frustration with FAFSA

Midterms are in full swing and the semester is picking up fast. While students are focusing on courses and their wellbeing, another one of...

The story of how immigration has affected a UMKC student

Sofia Martinez is not an immigrant, but immigration, and the politics that surround it, have shaped her life. Born and raised a Kansas Citian, Martinez...

Opinion|The price of independence

FAFSA penalizes students who pay out of pocket Many Roos who have left the pouch might view themselves as financially independent, bearing the costs of...

Changes to FAFSA Aim to Simplify

As students begin to prepare for the 2017-2018 school year, it is important to be informed on the new FAFSA guidelines and scholarship opportunities. There...

To file or not to file?

In the mail, I recently received a “Combined Tax Statement” in regards to my savings account from my bank. On the same day, I...

SIFE Financial Corner

Ways to pay for college Last time, we discussed the importance of filling out the FAFSA to best determine what kind of aid a student...

SIFE Financial Corner

F.A.F.S.A. What you need to know Last week, we wrote about the difference between the most common types of student loans available to college students:...

SIFE Financial Corner

Subsidized vs. unsubsidized college loans For the month of November, we are going to cover topics on financial aid. As college students, we all know...

Taking the aid out

Most college students can agree that dealing with financial aid is like walking on egg shells: uncomfortable, painful and very inconvenient. In my five years...

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