Financial Aid Articles
Are you considered an independent student? Find out.
Do you qualify as an independent student? Find out.
Avoid frustration with the FAFSA by being prepared.
Expert answers on income and financial aid eligibility.
Your scholarship may be taxable - discover how to report your scholarships on your taxes.
Find out why getting Cs and Ds could lead to a loss of financial aid.
Keep in mind that the key to financial success is being aware of how you’re spending your money and cutting out the bad habits.
We've got you covered with a complete list of financial aid deadlines, state-by-state, for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Take advantage of the summer melt and score more money for college!
As if there weren't enough reasons not to drop out of school, the Department of Education has provided yet another. Students who drop out of college are required to pay back ...
Is financial aid a one-time deal only? Find out.
It's time to fill out the mother of all financial aid forms: the FAFSA. Don't worry, it's easier than you think! Before you sit down to complete the form, make sure ...
Trust us, if you do have the necessary information on hand, filling out the form will become much simpler.
Check your state’s specific listing to make sure you know which criteria apply!
Looking for a bailout? Good news! The only catch is you'll have to do some good...
Several universities that we have visited have stressed the importance of getting you FAFSA completed in January. If we don't have all of our financial and tax information yet, how can ...
They may support you in every other way, but unfortunately, they can't always afford to pay for school.
If I change schools, how do I edit my FAFSA so the money goes to my new school? And about how long would it take for the money to transfer schools? ...
President Obama is proposing to cut some student aid programs to maintain the maximum Pell Grant at $5,550 in 2011-12 as part of the FY2012 federal budget request. This comes after ...
Expert advice on financial aid limits.