February is Financial Aid Awareness Month. Did you know that? I'll be honest; I didn't.
Paying For College
Today I would like to share some new survey information about the long term effects of significant debt, student loans and otherwise.
Aside from the need to find gainful, hopefully satisfying employment, that real world includes one very sobering reality: debt.
Getting money for college may be harder than actually getting through college. The world of college scholarships is both vast and frustrating.
“How to pay for college” is probably the biggest issue among both students and parents. Consequently, families scour the Internet for sources of cash.
My parents are divorced and share joint custody. I’ve been told that I should put my residence as still being with my mother since she makes less money.
My son is going into 12th grade and is interested in swimming in college. Is it possible to get an athletic scholarship on a Division 3 team?
Even though the May 1 enrollment deadline for most colleges has passed, the goal of getting financial aid may remain a quest for some families.
I am planning to take Dual Credit courses at a community college next year, will it affect my chance to get some scholarships in my first college year?
May 1 is about to be upon us. Ten days from this writing, college decisions — and their related deposits — will be due.