Parents, it’s time for you and your college-bound kid to have the talk—about how money matters, including how to pay for college.
Want to save time and money heading into college? Think about dual enrollment courses.
Learn how to leverage financial aid offers from multiple schools to increase your scholarship and grants at your target school. By applying to more schools, you get more offers, and negotiating with those better offers can mean saving thousands.
Whatever seasonal holiday you celebrate, more often than not it comes with gifts. Usually, that means gadgets and toys for kids. But we suggest an alternative: a college education. Read on for ways to pad your kiddos college fund this holiday season.
They’re living, breathing human beings who enjoy helping students. Get to know them. It might be the best thing for understanding and handling your college aid.
As much as we wish they did, college scholarships don’t just fall in your lap. Using Google or another search tool is key for finding more money to pay for school.
Military service members and their families make great sacrifices. But when it comes to higher education, college scholarships for veterans and their families can help ease hardships, make college more affordable and jumpstart civilian careers.