Posts Tagged ‘financial aid’

There’s no denying that college can be very expensive. If you’re planning on going away for college, you’ll have to factor in your living expenses on top of tuition and other costs. Although the cost of living will vary depending on the area you’ll be living in and the type of housing you choose to […]

As a college student already on a tight budget, spending a semester abroad might seem like a far-fetched dream. But studying abroad doesn’t have to break the bank, and it’s very possible to do so on a budget. If you’re thinking about studying abroad, the following tips can help you save: Plan as soon as […]

The following tips can make it easier to return to college after a long hiatus, and can possibly help you graduate faster: Don’t take on more than you can handle It might be tempting to load up on courses in order to finish as quickly as possible, but this can be overwhelming and your grades […]

Whether you’ve decided to finish what you started years ago, or you’re just attending college for the first time, it can be an exciting—yet stressful—time. If it’s been a long time since you’ve been in a classroom setting, it can take some time to adjust. Your schedule and responsibilities will change, and there are also […]

Tuition is easily one of the largest costs to plan for when it comes to college, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t other ways to lower of these costs and save money. Some of the following tips can help to make college tuition more affordable: Consider the college According to the College Board, the average […]

  When you’re in college, it can be easy to overlook the financial aspects. But as a young adult that is just starting out in the real world, it’s vital to know that certain choices will help to build a financial foundation for several years to come. A couple financial blunders in your late teens […]

With tuition, room and board, books and other materials, college students may face anywhere from $22,000 to $43,000 worth of college expenses in just one year. These costs only continue to go up. As a way to pay for these substantial costs, many people turn to student loans. But student loans are an easy way […]

Ivy League schools offer some of the best college educations available, but they are also some of the most expensive, especially without financial assistance from loans, grants, or scholarships. The following is some information about the top Ivy League schools in the United States, with facts about the schools, including average tuition costs. Cornell University […]

College can be expensive—the current national average for a four-year college education ranges anywhere from $10,000 to beyond $40,000, and costs continue to go up. There is a lot to consider when it comes to paying for college, including tuition, housing costs, books and materials, etc. Additionally, the cost of college tuition can be even […]