If you are like most students, paying for college is the scary part of the process because it may seem impossible. Also, the path for everyone may look a little different, but there are still key fundamental things you should know as you take your path.
For many students, working a job while attending school is one of the ways they can lower their cost of education and keep some extra money in their pockets.
Attending college is an extremely costly endeavor. With four years of tuition, room and board, and a multitude of other miscellaneous fees, the sticker price of most institutions across the United States is intimidating when deciding where to apply.
Here is a breakdown of the different elements included in a typical financial aid package to help you better understand certain key terms and estimate the total cost of your undergraduate studies.
You’re in high school gearing up for college, and the cost of tuition is still rising. Though this may feel like a doomsday scenario, there are plenty of ways you can tackle the cost of college without breaking the bank.
Paying off student loans has become a major challenge for those who have graduated with a four year college degree. As of 2021, student loan debt has totaled up to around 1.7 trillion dollars in the United States.
There are many things to keep in mind when deciding to take out a student loan, the first being your loan provider. There are two types of providers you can look into: federal and private. Today, we’ll talk about federal student loans.
Going to college out-of-state is incredibly expensive. Niche ambassador Rosalie shares how she found financial aid as an out-of-state student.
Financial aid can feel daunting, especially if you don’t understand the terminology. Niche ambassador Heidi shares the lingo you need to know!