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Be sure you check all information about UTMA's. They are usually counted as income for a child, because they are not exclusively for educational purposes. It could adversely impact financial aid.
I kept thinking I worded it wrong, and you said what I meant to spectacularly. It should already be a counted as a student asset. I'm still not thinking clearly from that pesky appendectomy!