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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]

Options For Business Financing

Nov 6, 2016 | | Say something

Finding business financing is especially important to small and medium companies all around the world who are mainly supported by financial institutions. Business financing is what most medium and small entrepreneurs are concerned about. The reason for this is the fact that these types of businesses are important in the new world of globalized commerce. […more]

Latest College Loan Options News

Feb 1, 2016 | | Say something
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Explore options before buying books for classes The University Bookstore and Village Commons Bookstore are the best and easiest places to purchase books, Chegg.com has low rental prices and the NIU library’s I-Share and Interlibrary Loan services are the best for borrowing books. Buying college … Read more on Northern Star Online Editorial: Emotional (and real) […more]

Survey: Parents Of College Aspirants Skeptical about College Funding Options

Dec 25, 2015 | | Say something
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Survey: Parents Of College Aspirants Skeptical about College Funding Options According to the survey result, about 45 percent of respondents agreed to eliminate the financial aids provided by the federal government as well as the tax breaks and utilize the money to make at least two years of college bill-free for everyone; 44 … Read […more]

Latest College Loan Options News

Dec 16, 2015 | | Say something

How To Pay For Your Kids' College And Still Have Enough Money To Retire Your kid will have many options to pay for college; you won't for retirement. … The old adage that "your kid can get a loan for college but you can't for retirement" isn't technically true for homeowners, who can achieve that […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]