Cruz Grimaldo

director of financial aid and scholarships at University of California, Berkeley

Cruz Grimaldo on KCRW

High school seniors have five days to decide which college they want to attend in the fall. Cost is one big consideration for most of them.

UC Berkeley’s financial aid director says students shouldn’t fear loans

High school seniors have five days to decide which college they want to attend in the fall. Cost is one big consideration for most of them.

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