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So you want to go to college and know that there are funds available, but you want to know, "What specifically is out there for me?" This question taps into the different types of financial aid offered for undergraduate students. At the most basic level, you have your free aid and you have aid that will be paid back later. Let's try to hammer out the details about all of this college money. Loans--noun. Money borrowed for college education expenses which will be repaid upon completion of a degree program. Education loans come in two types: Federal Student Loans. Federal… Read more here!
For many students, community college provide an opportunity to receive a college education without going broke. But before you jump into classes, you first need to look at any and all financial aid available. Remember, the more time you spend researching and maximizing the money you can receive, the less stress (and debt!) you'll have later. In order to help you grasp the complex process of financial aid, I'm going to breakdown and explain some of the avenues available for upcoming or returning students. To begin, let's look some financial aid sources. The Department of Education The Federal financial aid largely… Read more here!
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!