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Financial aid for grad students

While many college students become accustomed to applying for financial aid as an undergraduate, applying for aid for grad school comes with its own set of rules and requirements.

Posted in Colleges, Student Prep, Universities

How online schools change the financial aid game

Online schools can present their own challenges when it comes to applying for financial aid.

Posted in Colleges, Schools, Secondary Schools, Student Prep

Financial aid for first-generation college students

It’s important for incoming students to know there are many measures that can be taken to overcome a low-income, first-generation standing and secure the money they need for higher education.

Posted in Colleges, Secondary Schools, Student Prep, Universities

Can I still get financial aid if I’m not a straight-A student?

There are a number of scholarship and financial aid opportunities available for students who consider their academic records less than stellar.

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5 financial regrets college graduates have

Many college students find themselves dealing with financial regret as they graduate and move on in life.

Posted in Colleges, Community Colleges, Student Prep, Universities

Get into the groove with these dance scholarships

Dance scholarships vary from dance therapy to ballet.

Posted in Colleges, Foundations, Student Prep, Universities

10 questions you should ask your financial aid office

Whether you’re starting your first year of college or returning for your senior year, you likely have a variety of questions for school officials – particularly when it comes to navigating financial aid.

Posted in Colleges, Schools, Student Prep, Universities

New scholarships being developed for women in science

There are a number of financial aid opportunities available to women who are interested in pursuing a major and, ultimately, a career in science.

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8 tips for older college students

As millions of adult students, often referred to as nontraditional students, head off to college, they’re left trying to adjust to an environment that’s built largely around and for younger, more traditional students.

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How does transferring schools affect your financial aid?

Being a transfer student can come with a whole new set of rules and hardships, including navigating financial aid.

Posted in Colleges, Community Colleges, Schools, Universities