As graduation season approaches, you may notice more and more ads promoting student loan refinancing. You may also be getting offers in the mail from companies offering to “lower your rate” on your student loans….Read More of the article "Student Loan Refinance 101 – For New Graduates"
Category Archive for: Financial Aid
Congratulations! You’re graduating soon and will be searching for your first job out of college. It’s an exciting time in your life. However, if you’re like the majority of college students, you’re also graduating with…Read More of the article "Student Loan Repayment – What to Expect as You Prepare to Graduate"
At some point in time, most of us have said, “I wish I knew then what I know now.” That same sentiment holds true for some college students regarding financial aid. After navigating the financial…Read More of the article "Five Things College Students Wish They Had Known About Financial Aid"
It may seem as though summer break just started, but with August comes the start of another school year is just around the corner. You’ve probably received your college bill and are starting to make…Read More of the article "Back-to-School: How To Be Financially Prepared"
Like most college students, you are probably planning to work at a summer job to help pay for school next year. If you currently receive college financial aid, you may be wondering how your summer…Read More of the article "How Will a Summer Job Affect My Financial Aid?"
Financial aid is awarded in many forms, and as a student, it is important to know all of your options before deciding which awards to accept. You’ll want to compare the aid and calculate the…Read More of the article "Understanding Your Financial Aid Award Letter"
Throughout the college admissions process, you’ll encounter several important checkpoints. While selecting schools, applying for admission and receiving college acceptances are all critical, your decision often comes down to the question, “How will I pay…Read More of the article "5 Facts Students Should Know about Financial Aid"
While preparing for college, one of the most important considerations is how to pay for it. All students should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) because it is used to determine students’ potential eligibility…Read More of the article "I Submitted My FAFSA – Is the Expected Family Contribution What I Have to Pay for College?"
College is expensive and many families need help paying for it. If you would like to be considered for financial aid next year, the first step is filing the 2016-17 Free Application for Financial Aid…Read More of the article "Need Help Paying for College? Apply Now by Filing the 2016-17 FAFSA"