Guide to the FAFSA
May 14, 2021 | Genevieve Carlton
The FAFSA qualifies applicants for federal grants, student loans, and work-study programs. This section introduces the different types of financial aid students receive by filling out the FAFSA. College students...
Paying for College on Your Own
June 16, 2021 | Genevieve Carlton
College students spend between annually in college costs after accounting for scholarships and grants. In 2019, a found that parents provided 30% of college costs on average, leaving students to...
The Difference Between a BS and a BA
May 5, 2021 | Genevieve Carlton
What is the difference between a bachelor of arts and a bachelor of science? Institutions award both bachelor's degrees, but are there major differences in earning a BA vs. BS?...
Why You Should Attend Community College for Fun
May 26, 2021 | Tessa Cooper
Benefits of Attending for Fun Downsides of Attending for Fun
Financial Experts to Follow: Leaders in the Minority Community
April 21, 2021 | Genevieve Carlton
Black Financial Experts In 2018, Black certified financial planners comprised only 1.5% of all certified financial planners in the U.S. This low number is problematic because it shows a lack of diversity in financial planning. Black financial experts bring different life experiences to their jobs, providing clients with rich guidance and various viewpoints. Here, we […]
Financial Literacy Resources for Black Students
June 14, 2021 | Thomas Broderick
The average Black degree-seeker graduates with in student debt than white learners. This disparity extends to loan repayment. White alumni default on their student loans at a much lower rate...
Master of business administration programs prepare learners for leadership positions and careers as entrepreneurs. Many MBA programs take two years to complete. However, students often graduate sooner by studying online...
College students can explore scholarships, grants, and loans to fund their education. Tuition waivers provide another form of financial assistance. Learners may qualify for a waiver for various reasons, such...
Scholarships help millions of students pay for college, including adopted students and foster youth. Financial aid for adopted students and foster youth includes scholarships, grants, work-study programs, and loans. Students...
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