College is expensive and many families need help paying for it. For financial consideration next year, the first step is filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). We answer your common questions here.Read More of the article "Need Help Paying for College? We Have Tips for Filing the FAFSA"
Types of Student Loans
Achieving your educational goals is a critical aspect in setting yourself up for success. You want to be prepared for the future and find the perfect career for you, but first you must study and get through mid-terms and finals for the degree.Read More of the article "Types of Private Student Loan Options"
When federal loans and grants aren’t enough, smart use of private student loans to pay for college can be just what you need to complete your education.Read More of the article "Find Money for College When Scholarships Aren’t Enough"
Understand how interest rates are set and fluctuated, and how those rates can impact repayment in order to choose a student loan option that’s best for you.Read More of the article "How Are Interest Rates Determined on Student Loans?"
We talked to college students and pulled together a list of the top five things they wish they had known when first navigating the financial aid process.Read More of the article "Five Things College Students Wish They Had Known About Financial Aid"
Ever heard a private loan myth? Our resident expert breaks down the five most common misconceptions and counters them with facts.Read More of the article "5 Myths About Private Student Loans"
Sometimes federal financial aid doesn’t quite cover everything you need for college. Private student loans can help bridge that gap.Read More of the article "Selecting a Private Loan Program"
There are many different types of student loans and lenders. We break down the different federal and private loan options for you.Read More of the article "Understanding Your Options for Federal and Private Student Loans"
Your credit report and score is how lenders decide whether and how much they’ll lend to you. Make sure you understand the nuances of your report.Read More of the article "Understanding Your Credit Report and What Student Loan Lenders Look For"