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Find the Right College and Financial Aid

Sep 28, 2017 | | Say something

Trying to discover the right college can be a trying and stressful process. And, let me add, it could be potentially very costly. Even with all the online search capabilities it is daunting trying the find the right school or college; getting information on financial aid or FAFSA grants while trying to determine the right […more]

Financial Aid For College

Jul 17, 2017 | | Say something

College financial aid usually indicates a fund that is made up for different activities of the college and for every college it is considered like a skeletal body. Without this fund it is impossible to run the activities of a college. The money of college fund can be made up with various ways. It can […more]

Know Your College Financial Aid Options, Mothers

Jun 27, 2017 | | Say something

Community colleges often get picked on. A 2-year college education could be exactly what a single or stay-at-home mom needs. Community colleges welcome bright students, and they have many benefits to offer. With financial opportunity you could get the education you want and need. It’s a big myth that junior colleges aren’t for serious students. […more]

Mothers: Do You Know Your College Financial Aid Options?

Jan 25, 2017 | | Say something

Junior colleges frequently get a bad rap. A 2-year college education could be exactly what a single or stay-at-home mom needs. Two-year colleges present many interesting possibilities for gaining an education. With financial opportunity you could get the education you want and need. In the past the dominating perception has been that community colleges are […more]

Mothers: Know Your Junior College Financial Aid Options

Dec 23, 2016 | | Say something

To many people junior college isn’t “real” school. For busy moms community college can be a wonderful idea. Two-year colleges present many interesting possibilities for gaining an education. Add in a financial advantage or two and your education is within reach. It’s a big myth that junior colleges aren’t for serious students. At a 2-year […more]

Moms: Know Your Junior College Financial Aid Options

Nov 20, 2016 | | Say something

Community colleges often get picked on. A 2-year college education could be exactly what a single or stay-at-home mom needs. Personal benefits and academic challenges are part of the package for smart students who want to earn a degree. Chances for financial assistance increase the potential for community colleges to attract quality students. It’s a […more]

Know Your Community College Financial Aid Options

Nov 13, 2016 | | Say something

To many people junior college isn’t “real” school. For busy moms community college can be a wonderful idea. Two-year colleges present many interesting possibilities for gaining an education. Financial aid is a common concern, but taking care of that is part of the package as well. In the past the dominating perception has been that […more]

Understanding the two types of college financial aid

Dec 23, 2015 | | Say something
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Understanding the two types of college financial aid On the ride home, one asked if he could get a college scholarship if he continued to win tournaments. That reminded me how important financial aid is for most families. Almost all parents can benefit from understanding their options before their … Read more on Christian Science […more]

Loans For College: A Remarkable Financial Option For The Students

Dec 17, 2015 | | Say something
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Someone has rightly put forwarded that the key to success and glory lies in being educated. This line clearly states that only by pursuing higher education, one can secure the future. But, pursuing higher education of your choice comes at a certain price. To a certain extent, it is indeed expensive and without having the […more]

Latest College Financial Options News

Nov 26, 2015 | | Say something

Students shouldn't allow scholarship and financial aid myths stand in their way “When they work with our staff, they often find out they have more opportunities and options than they originally thought. More than 80 percent of OSU students receive some type of financial assistance to pay for college, whether it's through … Read more […more]