Many college students find themselves dealing with financial regret as they graduate and move on in life.
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.
Being a transfer student can come with a whole new set of rules and hardships, including navigating financial aid.
One of the questions you could first ask yourself as you begin your school search might be: Would my local community college be a suitable alternative to a four-year university?
Given the impact money has on a student’s way of life, it’s essential for parents to provide a crash course in financials.