The downturn in the economy is forcing many students and their families to rethink their college plans. A look at how the current recession is effecting financial aid offers and eligibility.

Guests

  • Brian Lee Sang Director of Financial Aid, American University
  • Kim Clark Senior writer for U.S. News and World Report.
  • James Boyle President, College Parents of America
  • Peter Van Buskirk Author of "Winning the College Admission Game" former Dean of Admission, Franklin & Marshall College

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