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How Would a Gap Year Affect Financial Aid and FAFSA?
High school graduates are increasingly from school before starting college. According to , about 16% of high school seniors in 2020 intended to take a gap year before starting college....
Guide to Financial Aid and Scholarships
In 2017-2018, used financial aid to pay for school. The federal student aid program provides each year in financial aid for college students. States, colleges, private foundations, employers, and professional...
Financial Aid for Graduate Students
Graduate school can be costly. According to the , graduate degrees cost over $19,000 per year in 2018-19. However, graduate degree-holders and face a lower unemployment rate than professionals without...
Scholarships and Financial Aid for Minority Students
Many career paths now require a college degree, but obtaining one costs more than ever. Tuition rates have increased steadily throughout the 21st century, now averaging more than at public...
Financial Aid for STEM Education
Careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics continue to be among the but earning the required degree to qualify for these careers can be expensive. Fortunately, there are a lot of...
Appealing Your Financial Aid Award
College students submit the FAFSA annually to determine their eligibility for federal student aid programs. Learners receive aid when their school's attendance cost exceeds their (EFC). The government calculates EFC...
Scholarships and Financial Aid for Vocational Students
Attending trade school can be more affordable than obtaining a four-year degree, and students can further reduce costs by applying for vocational school scholarships and financial aid. Many organizations and...
Financial Aid for Online Colleges
In 2018, more than studied online, and projections indicate that more learners will choose online learning in the next decade. Factors making online learning appealing include a school's reputation, generous...
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What Over 20 Nurses Said About Earning Their Nursing Degree Online
Earning Your Nursing Degree Online In May 2021, Affordable Colleges Online surveyed 23 practicing nurses to learn more about their experience earning a nursing degree online. Participants included high school graduates and professionals training for a new career. The group featured a mix of men and women making $20,000-$90,000. The survey did not ask questions […]