How to Pay for a Summer Class: Summer Financial Aid

  You’ve already got the finances figured out for your fall and spring semesters. Now that you’ve realized the benefits of attending a summer session, you may be wondering what… Read more

How to Get Navient Student Loan Forgiveness (The Complete 2022 Guide)

Note: Navient announced on January 13, 2022 that they had reached a settlement with 39 state Attorneys General providing $1.7 billion in forgiveness to some borrowers with private student loans… Read more

10 Online Schools That Accept FAFSA (and How to Get Financial Aid)

To limit the spread of the coronavirus in 2020 and 2021, many traditional colleges have encouraged (or require) their students to transition to online study. Therefore, your dream school might lose… Read more

7 expert financial tips to help parents of college-bound students get ready for 2022

(BPT) – If there’s a high school senior in your family, your life may be busy with college applications and excitement over the coming changes. But along with that excitement… Read more

How Are Private Student Loan Interest Rates Determined?

When it comes to paying for college, interest rates can seem difficult to understand. There are two different types of interest rates, which change according to outside factors, like government… Read more

How to Pay for Medical School Without Loans

The decision to pursue a medical degree is certainly not one to take lightly. After all, the median amount of debt for medical school students was $200,000, according to a 2020… Read more

The FAFSA: Most Common Questions, Answered

Everything You Need to Know About the FAFSA October 6, 2021 Jump Ahead To… Introduction While preparing for your first (or subsequent) year of college is often an exciting journey,… Read more

When does the FAFSA open?

When does the FAFSA open? October 14, 2021 Introduction: When does the FAFSA open? The FAFSA, otherwise referred to as the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, is what I… Read more

Is the Estimated Cost of Attendance an Accurate Number?

A school’s Cost of Attendance (COA) serves two essential functions. For prospective students, the COA is the number used to compare the prices of different schools. The COA includes the… Read more

Fall Tips to Kick Start the Financial Road to College

(StatePoint) Fall kick starts the financial road to college for parents of high school seniors. But if you’re like the majority of parents, you both value the importance of a… Read more