Financial Aid

How do avoid student debt relief scams

Repaying your student loans is stressful enough without having to worry about avoiding scams that may end up costing you more money. Here are some helpful tips to steer you clear of scams trying to cash in on your student loan repayment. You don’t need...

How do you know if you qualify for financial aid?

There is only one way to find out if you qualify for financial aid. You have to apply. The application for financial aid is called the FAFSA. F-A-F-S-A stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The department of education uses the information you provide...

How do I cover my housing with financial aid?

Whether you are a student, parent or adult student looking to go to school you’ll need to prepare yourself. Sometimes the best way to prepare yourself is with a checklist to make sure you don’t leave anything out. Preparing for financial aid with a checklist can...

When should you renew your FAFSA?

Did you know that your financial aid eligibility might expire before the end of your program? Your financial aid only lasts for an award year until you have to renew it. Typically, an award year is the same length of time as your academic year, or...

What are scholarships and how do you get them?

Scholarships are gift-money that can be used towards your direct educational costs as well as your additional costs that can include living expenses, additional supplies, and housing. Scholarships do not need to be repaid. There are thousands of scholarships available to students offered by schools, employers,...

Financial Aid FAQ’s

Applying for financial aid can be a daunting and intimidating process, especially if you've never done it before. Here are some FAQ's that might help you get started. Q: How do I know if I qualify for financial aid? A: If you’ve completed a FAFSA (Free Application...

Financial Aid 101: What is financial aid and how do I apply for it?

Financial Aid is money to help you pay for college. It can be in the form of grants, scholarships, student loans, parent loans, employer reimbursements, veteran’s benefits or vocational rehabilitation benefits and work study programs. Financial Aid comes from a number of places: The US Federal Government Your...

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