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Author: Amy Trinnaman

Amy Trinnamanby Amy Trinnaman, an independent educational consultant who has worked in education for over ten years. Amy is a member of our Paying For College 101 Facebook group and the Road2College Pros Network.

Why April Can Be the Cruelest Month in College Admissions
College Financial Aid Costs and Stats

Why April Can Be the Cruelest Month in College Admissions

Amy Trinnaman Amy Trinnaman- February 23, 2020 0

T.S. Eliot said, “April is the cruelest month.” Ask any high school senior (or parent of one) and they’re likely to echo the same sentiment. ... Read More

Why Taking a Gap Year Could Be a Senior’s Best Next Decision
High school to college

Why Taking a Gap Year Could Be a Senior’s Best Next Decision

Amy Trinnaman Amy Trinnaman- September 18, 2019 0

...Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. ~from “The Road ... Read More

College Admissions Myths: Pulling Back the Curtain
Applications

College Admissions Myths: Pulling Back the Curtain

Amy Trinnaman Amy Trinnaman- September 10, 2019 0

  My father used to say, “If you are waiting for life to be fair, you are going to be waiting a long time.” Nothing ... Read More

Decisions, Decisions… Is the More Expensive College “Worth it?”
12th Graders

Decisions, Decisions… Is the More Expensive College “Worth it?”

Amy Trinnaman Amy Trinnaman- April 11, 2019 0

For high school seniors and their families, April is critical mass for deciding on a college commitment, so it's a good idea to really start ... Read More

How to Talk to College Admissions and Financial Aid Officers
Applications

How to Talk to College Admissions and Financial Aid Officers

Amy Trinnaman Amy Trinnaman- November 9, 2018 0

A few years ago, a school counselor I worked with received a call from an exasperated admissions officer. The purpose of the call? To inform ... Read More

5 Things to Consider When Discussing College Costs with Your Teen
College Savings

5 Things to Consider When Discussing College Costs with Your Teen

Amy Trinnaman Amy Trinnaman- September 1, 2018 0

  The cost of college, and who is paying for it, can be one of the most difficult conversations to have with a teenager. Why? ... Read More

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