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Top 5 Financial Aid Myths

5 Top Financial Aid Myths

As Financial Aid Administrators, we hear different stories from students about why they didn’t apply, couldn’t apply or weren’t going to receive money. And most of the time, these details or facts are skewed or wrong. Unfortunately some of these myths lead students away from college or put up barriers that aren’t needed. So here’s

Beware of Student Loan Scams

You get a call from an unknown number, and surprise! You have been selected to receive a free grant for college. Just share your credit card number for a shipping and handling fee of $3.99 from the grant officer. How simple is that? While it sounds great and could really help you, it could be

Top 5 Myths About Work Study

Work Study gives me a chance to earn a pay check while I’m in school. TRUE! Work study provides the opportunity to earn a portion of your financial aid assistance by working part-time, either on-campus or with participating community-based partners off-campus. Students can work a maximum of 20 hours per week when classes are in session

College Scholarships for Working Parents

Being a working parent myself, I can hardly find time to get much done throughout the day besides working, cleaning, eating and sleeping. This is also the case for many parents who are not only working, but also juggling the responsibility of being a college student. Scholarships are a great way to help pay for

Scholarships to Apply for Now

As we enter into the middle of the fall school semester, mid-term exams are popping up and anticipation for Thanksgiving and winter vacations are starting to rise. Some people might not realize that this is also the time to begin seeking free money for next school year. That’s right, many applications are opening up now

Top 5 Items You Need to Apply for Scholarships

So you are about to begin your search for scholarships. You have combed through websites and lists of various scholarships you could potentially apply for, but it can seem a bit overwhelming. Here are the five things you should have ready before beginning a scholarship search. If you do, I promise, filling out online applications and

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