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College Guardianship Fraud
–Andy Borst Regardless of your financial situation, college can cost a lot of money. Whether students seek a two-year degree, a four-year degree, or a graduate degree, recent federal data...
What are the Differences Between the FAFSA and the CSS Profile?
Prospective and current college students can use the FAFSA application to determine their eligibility for federal financial aid. Another popular financial aid form includes the CSS Profile, which 400 colleges...
Independent students include older college students, graduate students, student parents, and military-connected students. These learners face different challenges when securing financial aid and . The following resources help independent students...
How Do Athletic Scholarships Help Pay for College?
In 2019, the U.S. had nearly in public or private schools. About 8 million high school students participate in sports. But just under — about 6% — will play college...
How to Return to College After Defaulting on a Loan
More than half of American students , but a surprising number find themselves unable to make payments. In fact, a end up defaulting on their student loans. You may worry...
Avoiding Costly FAFSA Mistakes
The program distributes over $120 billion in financial aid every year. Students to qualify for federal grants, work-study programs, and loans. Many state grants, college scholarships, and private scholarships also...
Scholarships for Independent Students
Independent and Nontraditional Students Financial Assistance Paying for college can be stressful, especially for students without family financial support. Independent students may struggle to cover college costs. These students comprise a large portion of college learners. Independent status includes married students, parents, those over age 24, military service members, and graduate students. Fortunately, several available […]
Independent Students Vs. Dependent Students
Classification as a dependent or independent student can affect every aspect of your financial aid. This includes your eligibility for different loans and the amount you can borrow. Completing the FAFSA as an independent student may qualify you for additional types of aid, particularly if you make a low income. You may also qualify for […]
Must-Have Supplies for Nursing Students
College attendance costs include more than just tuition and school fees. Most enrollees pay for room and board, transportation, books and other supplies, and personal expenses. Some programs, such as...
Low Income Student Guide
Paying for college on a budget proves more challenging than ever before. The of attending a university in the U.S. is $35,720 per year. That cost has tripled over the...