While you’re focusing on earning college credits, don’t overlook the “extra credit” the state and federal government offer you as a reward for your higher education.
These days, when you graduate from college, you walk out into the work world not only with a diploma but also most likely with a high degree of debt.
What do you do if your financial-aid package comes up short?
Although classes won’t start until fall, the next big date to mark on your college-career calendar is April 1.
Remember how happy you were when you got your letter of acceptance to the college of your dreams?
Everybody works to get high marks in college, but in the so-called School of Financial Aid, sometimes it pays to get the lowest score.
What does college really cost? Ah, that’s the million-dollar question.
If you are a high school senior who plans to attend college this coming fall you are facing the prospect of filing for financial aid.