So you’ve chosen the college of your dreams, but how are you ever going to pay for your education? Learn how to apply for financial aid, grants, student loans and government aid. Also find tips on applying and winning scholarships as well as landing part-time jobs that can allow you to help pay for school while leaving you some room to study!
Discover legitimate forms of aid and college scholarships with this master list! We have created a series of state-to-state & alphabetically listed need-based scholarship aid. Discover scholarships and forms of aid available in your state, from Alabama to Pennsylvania.
This is part two of the biggest list of legitimate scholarships on the web from every state! Part two covers R to W, Rhode Island to Wyoming.
Find information about college money for cancer survivors, whose hopes for the future have been impacted by an incurable disease and its resulting financial burdens. Learn of the institutions offering scholarships on a nationwide scale and those that offer state-specific educational assistance.
Trade schools are becoming more popular with career-minded high school graduates and adults changing professions. Trade school scholarships help meet the financial needs of these students, without adding to student loan indebtedness. Are they easy to find? You bet – if you know where to look.
There are several methods to help you pay for school. Free money is out there, but you have to know where and how to look for it. We have a guide offering some useful tips to earn cash for college.
Learn how to be your own financial planner with this guide to saving money on college expenses. Reduce unnecessary stress and confront issues like tuition, books, fees and other college expenses head-on with practical know-how.
You may have thought all of the tough decisions about college were over when that acceptance letter came to the front door–but in reality the tough decisions are just about to begin. Now that the commitment has been made, you and your student need to figure out how to pay for it.
Disability does not need to control every aspect of our lives. Assistive Technology (AT) will enable people with disabilities to pursue an education and their passions in spite of chronic conditions. Barriers to education must be removed for the benefit of society and AT is often inexpensive.
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 who have survived, and escaped, domestic violence.
Tuition (and the various fees associated with attending an institution of higher learning) can be a hard pill to swallow for many college students already struggling financially. It’s important to be able to find tuition costs both on the Internet and offline so as to put things in perspective.