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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 […]
Signs That You’re Dealing With Financial Stress
Financial stress occurs more often than you might realize. The stigma associated with discussing finances keeps people from talking about the it causes or even seeking help. Money ranks as...
How to Financially Plan for a Gap Year
A gap year for students is a break from formal academic study. Students may take a gap year after high school, or before entering college. They may also take a...
Common Student Financial Misconceptions
Avoid These Financial Misconceptions Student loans, budgeting, and paying off debt can leave students, recent graduates, and their parents feeling lost. Can you appeal for more financial aid? Should you open a credit card? What repayment options can borrowers use? Making smart financial decisions in college sets students up for success after graduation. In this […]
Financial Terms Glossary for College Students
College students make financial decisions that can shape their future. This financial glossary includes terms related to financial aid, credit, and taxes. By learning financial vocabulary and studying financial literacy...
Financial Wellness for College Students
The definition of financial wellness varies depending on the individual's comfort levels and goals. At its core, financial wellness indicates the ability to progress towards long-term financial goals while meeting...
Black Financial Experts to Follow
In 2018, Black certified financial planners comprised of all certified financial planners in the U.S. This low number is problematic because it shows a lack of diversity in financial planning....
Navigating College Financials During a Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended life for everyone. The pandemic has also created new financial burdens for college students. Many degree-seekers find themselves wondering how to afford college during a...
Federal Student Loan Guide
Every year, millions of undergraduates, grad students, and parents take out federal student loans to pay for college. Colleges' financial aid offices disburse this loan funding. Federal loans offer lower interest rates and more flexible repayment options than most private loans. As a result, federal loans are a better option for most students. Before taking […]
Student Loans Data and Statistics
As of September 2021, charge an average $37,650 annual tuition rate. Students attending in-state public schools pay an average of $10,560 per year. These figures do not include other education-related...