Saturday, July 11, 2020
Home How to Pay for College

How to Pay for College

Get information and tips to help you figure out how to pay for college.

Each year in the fall, high school seniors return to school with a mixture of excitement (they are almost done with high school), anxiety (oh, yes, it is also college application season), and dread (how are they...
The new $2.2 trillion CARES Act recently signed into law, includes provisions for student loan forbearance. This is good news for students and parents who were struggling to figure out how to make payments amid mass layoffs...
If you applied for financial aid using the FAFSA, CSS PROFILE or other financial aid application, you will receive a financial aid award letter from the colleges you listed. You should expect to receive your award well...
Don't let the thought of completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) overwhelm you. Here are a few free resources to help you if you get stumped. 1. Live FAFSA...
If you are looking for a new way to reduce your college costs, you have come to the right place. Today, I will review how you can "CLEP out" of college classes to save money.
If you are a high school senior, you should add applying for scholarships to your "to do" list. Many students complain of being too busy with college applications and keeping their grades up to even apply for...
How do you avoid massive student debt when the cost of a Bachelor's degree has surpassed the average price of a home in many states? Most experts agree that taking out student...
Looking for new ways to reduce student debt? Then consider attending an Early College High School (ECHS). These programs, which have gained in popularity over the last 15 years, give students the opportunity to earn a...
As you begin your scholarship search, don’t overlook scholarships specifically designed for students from your state, city, school or affiliated organization. Here are some reserved just for students from Texas: 1. Dallas County...
Public colleges in Texas are among many colleges across the country offering free tuition programs for students from low-income and middle-income families. As you review the list below, keep in mind some colleges might not publicize or...

Recent Posts

Test-optional colleges in Texas

Texas Colleges Going Test-Optional due to COVID-19

0
About half of all four-year colleges in the United States are going test optional for the fall 2020-21 admissions cycle. Some colleges...