Paying for College

  • Cost of College for a Career in Music

    This article is a cost comparison of some of the top music schools in the United States. This cost includes tuition, room and board, and extra fees, which can be much higher than at traditional schools
    By Erik Hinrichsen June 29, 2011 

  • Finding a Low Interest Rate on Student Loans Without a Cosigner

    With the increasing cost of higher education, it has become imperative that college students seek funding sources outside of their family resources. One question that comes up is whether it is possible to get student loans without a cosigner but with...
    By Faith Oh June 29, 2011 

  • Victim No More: College Scholarships and Grants for Survivors

    Wouldn't it be nice if there were some extra help getting on your feet after breaking free from domestic violence? Luckily, many organizations have agreed with that sentiment, and have since created grants and scholarships specifically for those...
    By Ronda Bowen June 29, 2011 

  • Paying for College by Means of Home Refinance

    Having a college degree is necessary to give yourself a competitive edge in the job field. However, it can be difficult to pay for college. There are various ways to pay including... refinancing your home? This article will outline the PROS and CONS...
    By Andrea Glick June 28, 2011 

  • Is Independent Student Financial Aid the Answer?

    Trying to get student financial aid as an independent student can be easy or hard--but never inbetween. Learn the benefits, and the pitfalls, of being considered independent for student aid purposes and if it's the right approach for you.
    By Melanie June 28, 2011 

  • A Guide to Out of State Tuition Fees

    There are a myriad of ways to waive out of state fees and qualify for in state fees. Learn about the different ways and which schools have the cheapest out of state tuition fees. Find schools regionally that offer the cheapest out of state tuition.
    By Mihir Shah June 28, 2011 

  • Colleges That Give Aid Based on Test Scores

    Colleges that give aid based on standardized test scores may appeal to high-achieving students. Though some colleges are renouncing the use of SAT and/or ACT scores in the admissions process, many not only use these for admission but also for scholarship...
    By Stephanie Mojica June 28, 2011 

  • Nursing Jobs Which Pay for Student Loans

    The thought of going to nursing school is appealing; the thought of going into poverty for a nursing education is not. If you are considering an education in the nursing field but are concerned about the rising cost of loans take a look at the following...
    By Terry Caron June 28, 2011 

  • How to Defer College Loans

    Learning how to defer your college loans protects the borrower’s credit rating, makes budgeting easier, helps to remain fiscally wise in case of adverse economic conditions and saves quite a bit of money on interest charges. Read on for the nuts...
    By Sylvia Cochran June 27, 2011 

  • Grants and Federal Aid for the Unemployed

    Times are rough and employment seeking individuals or those that used to be in employed may feel out of luck and alone in a world where having at least a bachelor's degree is the bare minimum. Federal aid for the unemployed may be one of the answers...
    By Tia Ahmed June 27, 2011 
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