Expert Financial Aid Advice Articles
When you’re a student trying to pay for school, one of the greatest challenges can be managing your finances in the best way possible.
The New Year is a perfect chance to resolve to save money for your education.
Remember, loans are not free money!
Once you've submitted your FAFSA, you may have questions or changes to the document. Here's what you should expect and how to make edits.
FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid; translation: free government money to help you pay for school!
Trust us, if you do have the necessary information on hand, filling out the form will become much simpler.
If you take the time to research and develop a plan, you can have your student loan under control sooner than later and avoid being the dreaded senior citizen with student loan payments.
Take advantage of this year's FAFSA changes, regardless of whether or not the school you're applying to or attending is updating their financial aid deadlines.
Proposed bill would allow students to file the form once – and only once – to qualify for federal financial aid for college.
Maintain a good GPA -- or lose financial aid.
Find LGBT scholarships to help pay for school.
Students often overlook opportunities to save - don't allow yourself to be one of them!
Make your financial aid package work for you.
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