A college's price tag will rarely be the amount you pay. Find out when you should pay attention to the cost of college, and when you should ignore it.
Applying for financial aid? Learn the basics about federal, state, and private student loans.
Filling out the FAFSA? Learn how independent students or students with unusual circumstances should approach the financial aid process.
Applying for financial aid can be overwhelming. We'll help you break down cost of attendance, EFC, and the aid package.
Some eligible non-citizens qualify for federal student aid. Check these criteria to see if you are eligible.
The bigger financial award is not always the better award. Learn how to evaluate your financial aid award letters and compare offers from different schools.
The 2017-2018 FAFSA is here! What does this mean for your early action applications?
If you're worried about the cost of tuition at your dream school, consider starting at a community college.
Your financial aid award package is only an offer. If you require more aid, you may decide to appeal your award.
Applying for college financial aid? You’ll have to complete the FAFSA application. Here's what you need to know about FAFSA deadlines and new FAFSA changes.
Learn how to find college scholarships for good grades and for your talents and interests.
Need-to-know info about how to pay for college—2017 FAFSA changes, financial aid, and student loans.
Financial aid tips from the author of Paying for College Without Going Broke.
Learn the difference between need-based and merit-based aid to take every opportunity to lessen the financial burden of college.
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