NSHSS Founder James Lewis Shares Financial Aid Tips on CNBC.com

Date: Sunday, March 8, 2020

With college education costs escalating every year, students and families are embracing all means possible to fund rising tuition fees, and high-income families are no exception. 

NSHSS Founder and President James Lewis was featured in a recent article on CNBC.com titled Student aid secret: Even high-income families can qualify. The article delves into various ways in which students and families can take advantage of financial aid, all while debunking the overarching myth that wealthy families won't qualify.

One of those opportunities is merit-based financial aid, in which James Lewis shares "there are many different types of merit scholarships available for athletes, minorities, and students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) programs. There’s also aid for community service volunteers or grants based on leadership skills, musical ability or religious affiliation."

The article shares additional tips from James Lewis like networking via high school, honor societies, alumni networks, as well as other financial aid opportunities in need-based aid and FAFSA. You can read the full article here.

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