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Mary Louis

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Mary Louis is a Brooklyn native who currently resides in Nashville and works at a state community college. She has worked in financial aid at city-run, state-run, for-profit, and Ivy League institutions and at an HBCU. In addition, she has experience working in recruitment, processing student payments, and assisting in processing documents for the registrar.


Louis' financial aid experience includes writing policies and procedures; overseeing satisfactory academic progress, state and federal aid, scholarships, private education lending, federal verification, compliance, and training; and assisting families in completing the FAFSA.


Mary Louis is a paid member of the Red Ventures Education freelance review network.

Subject areas:

Financial Aid

Contributions

Resource
Scholarships for Community College Students
Sharon Wilfong
March 14, 2022 • ~6 Min Read
Blog
Top 10 Colleges With the Best Financial Aid in 2022
Genevieve Carlton, Ph.D.
March 7, 2022 • ~3 Min Read
Resource
Financial Literacy for Hispanic and Latino/a Students
Staff Writers
March 4, 2022 • ~4 Min Read
Ask an Advisor
Ask a College Advisor: How Can I Pay for Study Abroad?
Mary Louis
February 22, 2022 • ~2 Min Read
Resource
The Student’s Guide to In-State vs. Out-of-State Tuition
Staff Writers
February 14, 2022 • ~6 Min Read
Blog
Fellowship vs. Scholarship: What’s the Difference?
Genevieve Carlton, Ph.D.
February 11, 2022 • ~3 Min Read
Blog
Financial Literacy for Black and African American Students
Staff Writers
February 9, 2022 • ~5 Min Read
Blog
How to Avoid Student Loan Forgiveness Scams
Staff Writers
February 9, 2022 • ~3 Min Read
Resource
The Student’s Guide to Tuition Reimbursement and Assistance
Heather Mullinix
February 7, 2022 • ~6 Min Read
Blog
What Can Student Loans Be Used For?
Staff Writers
February 7, 2022 • ~3 Min Read
Resource
A Complete Guide to Private Student Loans
Staff Writers
February 7, 2022 • ~5 Min Read
Blog
What Is Federal Work-Study?
Anne Dennon
February 7, 2022 • ~3 Min Read
Ask an Advisor
Ask a College Advisor: How Do I Know Which Colleges I Can Afford?
Mary Louis
February 2, 2022 • ~3 Min Read
Blog
5 Financial Planning Tips for Recent College Grads
Genevieve Carlton, Ph.D.
February 1, 2022 • ~2 Min Read
Blog
How to Build Credit in College: 7 Essential Tips for Students
Genevieve Carlton, Ph.D.
January 31, 2022 • ~4 Min Read
Resource
How Does Student Loan Interest Work? A Complete Guide
Genevieve Carlton, Ph.D.
January 28, 2022 • ~6 Min Read
Blog
6 College Savings Accounts and How They Work
Jessica Walrack
January 27, 2022 • ~3 Min Read
Blog
What to Know About Tax Breaks for College Students and Parents
Stephen Gaffney
January 26, 2022 • ~5 Min Read
Blog
How to Save for College: 10 Essential Tips
Jessica Walrack
January 26, 2022 • ~4 Min Read
Blog
How to Appeal Financial Aid to Get More Money
Tyler Epps
January 14, 2022 • ~4 Min Read
Ask an Advisor
Ask a College Advisor: Is the FAFSA Based on Parents’ Income?
Mary Louis
January 13, 2022 • ~2 Min Read
Blog
Merit-Based vs. Need-Based Aid: What Is the Difference?
Steve Bailey
January 10, 2022 • ~2 Min Read
Resource
Financial Aid for Military Service Members and Student Veterans
Heather Mullinix
November 22, 2021 • ~6 Min Read
Resource
The Student’s Guide to Budgeting in College
Chinh Ngo
November 22, 2021 • ~6 Min Read
Resource
The Student’s Guide to College Loans
Staff Writers
November 19, 2021 • ~6 Min Read
Resource
The Student’s Guide to Financial Aid and the FAFSA
Chinh Ngo
November 11, 2021 • ~6 Min Read
Resource
Financial Aid for Students With Disabilities
Heather Mullinix
November 5, 2021 • ~6 Min Read
Blog
FAFSA Deadlines Rundown for 2022-23
Tyler Epps
October 27, 2021 • ~3 Min Read
Resource
The Student’s Guide to College Scholarships and Grants
Courtney Smith-Kimble
October 11, 2021 • ~5 Min Read
Resource
Graduate School Guide for Undocumented Students
Doug Wintemute
September 29, 2021 • ~6 Min Read
Resource
Becas para estudiantes indocumentados
Doug Wintemute
September 2, 2021 • ~6 Min Read
Resource
Ayuda financiera para estudiantes indocumentados
Doug Wintemute
September 1, 2021 • ~6 Min Read