With more and more people applying for college entrance each year and university budgets stretched to the max in this economy, not only are students being turned away, but the rising prices of admission are causing many to be excluded because they simply can’t afford to attend. However, the government has a program in place […]
Most students know all about the four most commonly-used college funding sources: federal student loans, federal grants, school scholarships, and their parents. If these sources don’t cover enough, the typical student starts to say they “can’t afford” to go to college. Well, if you’re a college student, it’s not up to the government, your school, […]
College, almost inevitably, comes hand-in-hand with a shortage of cash. Whether or not you’re racking up student loans on top of going to school, we all know that putting in a full day of class and on top is simply not conducive to full time jobs and/or keeping our bank accounts full in any shape. […]
If you’re in college, you know you already pay WAY too much for your education. Obviously, you should have started a savings account designated for college a long time ago. In reality, you still can, simply click here to do that and get started. Moreover, You might have a job, but with all the classes […]
Preparing for college seems like a never-ending process. There’s the constant pressure to keep your grades up and participate in extracurricular, leadership activities, and that’s all before you even start choosing schools and searching for scholarships. It can be a difficult process, but securing enough funding can make or break your college experience. There are […]
It needs no mention that the credit card companies love the college kids and they can shower them with everything starting from music CDs to T-shirts to beach towels to get them into their business. The reason behind this biased behavior of all credit card companies is because the students pose to be the lifelong […]
The ongoing recession has many laid-off and underemployed workers considering getting another degree or new training in another field. But the continually increasing cost of tuition, combined with financial responsibilities in an already strained economic climate, has many wondering if they can afford to make the investment. Even first-time college students may be reconsidering whether […]
If you were told that you could enroll in as many college classes as you could while paying a flat fee of $99 per month, you’d probably dismiss the thought as an outlandish claim, or possibly a scam. $99 a month is certainly not the tuition you’d expect to pay at a fully accredited American […]
Financing your college education can be a daunting endeavor. Private schools can cost tens of thousands of dollars per year, leaving many over $100,000 in debt after four years in college. Even public schools are raising their rates, with many costing as much as $10,000 a year or more. Financial aid in the form of […]
Opt for Student Loan Cancellation Program The expenses for higher education have reached sky high therefore parents are relying on federal or private student loans in order to deal with the expenditure. But paying off the debt can be a laborious process. You might incur piling debts and frantically looking for a way out to […]
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