CC was an enormous, life-saving help for D2's undergrad. It was here we found out that she qualified for a full ride at an OOS public flagship.
D2 is wavering between graduating this coming spring (3 years), or adding a minor and graduating in spring 2020 (4 years).
She's leaning towards taking the fourth year, maybe doing study abroad. Her attention is beginning to turn towards grad school. She is a CDS major (Communication Disorders & Sciences), and she will be applying to grad schools for SLP (Speech Language Pathology).
She says her advisor at the College of Health Sciences is just so-so. Her favorite professor in CDS recommends she focus on grad schools that have accredited programs & a good fit, and he recommends NOT over-paying for a big name expensive program.
So, I got the hang of running the NPCs for undergrad and hunting down the big merit money for her. Is there an equivalent for grad school? How does one know which schools are most likely to give a student some money? It will help her build her application list.
We are in Illinois, where the in-state options are not as inexpensive as some other states.
Thanks in advance.