Archive August 2009 in our Blog
Like all graduate programs, pursuing an MBA is a big commitment. There is time, effort, and a significant amount of money involved.Just like your undergraduate financial aid, you will need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA. This form is the only form you need for federal aid and is most likely the only form you will need for your MBA program. Financial aid for MBA programs comes in the form of grants, loans, tax credits, work study, state aid, and scholarships. Grants- While you are no longer eligible for Pell Grants like when your where… Read more here!
Growing up, I am sure you have heard it time and time again: practice makes perfect. When it comes to financial aid for college, your FAFSA cannot be anything less than perfect (for your wallet‘s sake!). In order to avoid delays or miss out aid you qualify for, why not practice? While applying online is faster and easier, using FAFSA’s paper application is a great way to practice. This form is available for download at www.fafsa.ed.gov. The paper FAFSA is a great way to gather your information for when you complete your online form. This form asks the exact same… Read more here!
You’ve spent years studying, writing papers, and stacking up those extracurricular activities in hopes of wooing the college of your dreams. Now that you have that acceptance letter in hand, life couldn’t be better…until you receive a bill that is probably larger than any bill you have ever had in your lifetime. Tuition, room and board, books and various other fees really add up! Here are some tips that will allow you to enjoy the college experience and minimize the nightmares of the tuition bill that will come in time. Apply Early. There is a limited amount of scholarship and… Read more here!