Your Expected Family Contribution number is an important number if you’re looking to receive need-based financial aid. Learn about it here.
There are some important reminders when it comes to FAFSA filing. Read them here and remember them when you’re preparing your FAFSA.
It’s important to know the FAFSA deadlines so you can plan ahead and get financial aid in time if you need it. Here’s what you need to know.
If you’re starting college but don’t have enough money or financial aid, here’s how to get student loans at the last minute for college.
101 Resources and Tips for College Freshmen includes advice on student loans, personal finance, dorm life, love life, and more!
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Today, nontraditional students make up more than 40% of the student populace. That number is growing so fast that those in the field of education are reconsidering terms like “traditional.” When you’re a nontraditional student, you face your own unique sets of challenges. You’re a full-grown adult, independent of mommy and daddy. In fact, you […]
Over the next few weeks, hundreds of thousands of college freshmen will be moving into their cramped dorm rooms and beginning their college careers. Amidst all of the emotions, tears, unpacking, and meeting new friends, is the unavoidable fact that to move into a college dorm, you must have it paid for first. Financial aid […]