New Book Helps Virginia Students Plan and Pay for College in Challenging Economy

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A new book from education writer Christina Couch shows students how to select a Virginia college, how to apply for admission, and ultimately how to secure financial aid. This guide helps public, private, and homeschooled students prepare for higher education in Virginia.

Navigating the confusing world of higher education can be a challenge, especially when it comes to paying for it. A new book aims to make the entire process much less intimidating and a lot less stressful. Virginia Colleges 101: The Ultimate Guide for Students of All Ages by Christina Couch (Palari Publishing, $14.95) is now available to help students with their upcoming school search and selection process. This accessible, easy-to-use guide provides a detailed look at the selection of colleges in Virginia and gives tips on how to choose a school, tips on applying, and finally information on how to pay for it.

Topics in this useful resource include: advice on high school academics for public, private, and home-schooled students; finding the right college for each student's needs; how to make the admissions process easier; making the most of financing options; and getting accepted to a chosen school. The book is available online, at selected retailers, and at Palari Books.

Christina Couch is a freelance writer who has written for AOL.com, MSN.com, and Yahoo! Finance. She will be providing lectures and presentations on higher education in Virginia in the Fall of 2008.

Palari Publishing was established in 1998 and is a traditional book and magazine publishing company headquartered in Richmond, VA.

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