Tag: student loans

How To Pay For College Expenses During A Pandemic

While the entire nation struggles to deal with the economic fallout of COVID-19, many students are already worried about paying for their yearly college expenses. Between job losses and the extra cost of online classes, it’s important to have a plan in place to cover this semester’s additional costs. Apply For Financial Aid – Students […]

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20 Effective Ways To Save Money In College

Attending college may offer you some of the best years of your life, especially if you intend to live on campus. Tuition and cost of living, however, is not precisely economical, regardless of your major or your choice of university. Have you ever heard anyone say “I’m as broke as a college student”? There’s a […]

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Debt Management for College Students: How To Deal With The Debt

When you are a student in college the last thing on your mind is saving money, debt management, the wise use of credit, and pretty much anything having to do with budgeting or finances. But college can actually create a financial future full of debt and doubt if you aren’t careful. You’ll receive many credit […]

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Student Loan Debt Calculator

Before you decide which college you’ll attend, it’s important to understand where the money is coming from to pay for your college tuition, food, books, room and board, etc. Determine how much college will cost you by taking advantage of free online tools and calculators. You or your parents may have already started a college […]

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Saving for College: Graduating with the Least Amount of Debt

By June most recent high school graduates know what college they are going to, but many of them may still not know how they are going to pay for it. We’ve heard the stats that the average debt students have upon graduation has skyrocketed to $35,200, according to a recent Fidelity survey, and that the […]

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How to Compare Financial Aid and College Costs

Hooray! Spring has finally arrived, and students all across the country are receiving college acceptance letters in the mail. It’s an exciting opportunity, but it comes with a lot of life changing decisions to make, like how to pay for it. Cracking the code on financial aid is a big (and often stressful) part of […]

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