ATLANTIC CITY — Not only is college expensive, but college students say they weren’t fully prepared on how to navigate those expenses during a face-to-face Monday with the state’s top higher education officials.

“I feel like these conversations are crucial for us to have, but I feel like they would be more beneficial if they were being done within our high school districts first,” said Dominque Sanchez of Paulsboro.

Sanchez was among a handful of Stockton University students selected to sit on a panel with New Jersey Secretary of the Office of Higher Education Zakiya Smith Ellis and David Socolow, executive director of the Higher Education Student Assistance Authority.

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