The Wells Fargo Community

When it comes to college planning, we all have questions. How do I apply for scholarships? What clubs can I join in high school to get a head start on college? Should I live at home with my parents or move out? Now, the Wells Fargo Community has answers.

If you haven’t had a chance to visit, the Wells Fargo Community is a free online community that brings students, parents, guidance counselors, and financial aid advisors together to give you a variety of perspectives about college planning. You can ask your own questions in the Community or help others by answering theirs.

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The purpose of the Community is to ask questions and share knowledge about education planning and financial topics. Join today to be a part of the conversation!

Are you going on a college tour soon? Check out our reviews on different colleges or see what this dad and daughter thought of their college tour road trip. If you have already chosen a school, we have a few posts about looking for scholarships for both private and public universities. Don’t see your question posted in the Community? No worries, you can create a new post and the community will help you find an answer!

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