Paying for College

  • Learning to Finance School Tuition

    Financing your school tuition isn't hard--but there are deinfitely good and bad ways to do it. Don't fall into common traps and encounter the typical obstacles. Read on to learn how to find your way to an easier time financing college tuition...
    By Melanie June 27, 2011 

  • Opening a College Banking or Checking Account: How to Choose the Best

    Are you about to start college? If you don't already have a checking account of your own, now is the perfect time to get started! Many banks offer special student accounts with features and benefits that can save you time and money. Find out...
    By Mary White June 27, 2011 

  • Analysis of College Tuition Savings: Why a Community College May Be the Better Choice

    Are you looking for a way to avoid having to borrow so much money to pay for your college tuition? Did you know that you can save a lot of money simply by taking your core courses at a community college, then transferring to the senior university...
    By Mary White June 27, 2011 


  • How Divorce Affects the Financial Aid Process

    How to complete the FAFSA for a child of divorced parents
    By Jassi June 27, 2011 

  • College Student Part Time Jobs

    There are many aspects to college student part time jobs that one must understand when seeking employment and going to school at the same time. While the financial advantages of a job are beneficial, many times students simply cannot keep up with the...
    By Jason C. Chavis June 27, 2011 

  • Living Expense Loans for College

    Are you wondering if your financial aid will cover your college costs, including your living expenses? After you have exhausted your options with scholarships, grants, and student and parent loans from federal, state and college sources, you may be...
    By Faith Oh June 27, 2011 


  • College Scholarships for Juniors in High School to Pursue

    It can be frustrating seeing 90% of the scholarships that come in are only for seniors to apply for. Luckily there are a few resources to lead you to that other 10% of scholarships and help you get started on your scholastic endeavors early.
    By Destiny Keller June 23, 2011 

  • Tapping the Federal Government for Education Funds

    Discovering how to qualify for a college grant from the federal government can save the student thousands of dollars in loan and interest payments. Grant money makes an education affordable for recent high school graduates, future teachers and children...
    By Sylvia Cochran June 22, 2011 

  • What Happens to College Scholarships after the First Year

    When a student wins a scholarship, there are things a student needs to consider, including what happens to scholarships after the first year of college. Students need to be aware of their financial situation so if changes need to be made, they are prepared...
    By KAFrancis June 20, 2011 

  • Living Expense Grants for Student Teachers

    Most traditional forms of financial aid do not cover students who are doing a practicum as part of their degree. Find out about available financial aid that can be used as living expense grants for those completing their student teaching assignment.
    By Allyson Heath June 18, 2011 
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