Financial Aid/FAFSA Info
The FAFSA…Now is the Time
Submitting the FAFSA is an important step in the college financial aid process. Find out all you need to know about the FAFSA and federal financial aid.
Student Loan Information
Student Loan Advice
Student loans are an important aspect of financial aid. Read this article for helpful student loan advice.
College Financing Information & Stats Survey Results
The options are many when it comes to paying for college. Find out how high school seniors plan to tackle the financial aid process in our recent survey results.
College Tuition: List Price vs. Actual Cost
List Price vs. Actual Tuition Cost Infographic
College tuition is on the rise, but the “sticker price” can be misleading. Learn more about list price vs. actual cost of higher education in this infographic!
Saving for College: A Timeline for Parents, Students & Sound College Savings
College Savings Timeline Infographic
How you save for your child’s education depends on when you decide to start saving. Time plays a significant role. If you start early, you’ll have more time to set aside funds and plan an investment strategy. If you start later, you still have options, but they may be a bit more aggressive to make up for lost time. Use our college savings infographic to help guide you each step of the way.
Back to School: Guide to Finding Financial Aid & Scholarships for Adult Students
Financial Aid for Adult Students Infographic
Are you an adult student heading back to school to pursue a college degree… but have no idea how to pay for it? Check out this infographic for a list of ideas on where to start gathering financial aid. From education tax breaks to seeking assistance from your employer, this list is filled with all kinds of ideas (like searching and applying for scholarships) to get you started and help you explore the possibilities of finding free money for college.
Paying for College: Tips For High School Students When Financial Aid Award Isn’t Enough
Emergency Financial Aid Tips for High School Students
So you are no longer in high school and are officially “college-bound.” Your financial aid award packet finally arrived, but you didn’t receive as much financial aid as you had hoped for or expected. What should you do now? How will you pay for college? Don’t stress just yet – there are lots of resources out there to help fill in the gaps; you just have to take some time to look and see what options are available. Check out this infographic for some great ideas on where to start when looking for “emergency” financial aid.