Confused by some of the financial terminology? Wondering how long it'll take to pay off these loans? And is it all really worth it? These answers can help.
There is cost involved whether you’re pursuing a bachelor’s degree or a certificate of proficiency. How much of that cost comes out of your purse or pocket? Well, that’s up to you.
Find out if you’re prepared to take on college’s financial demands, and get some tailor-made advice just for you!
After you’ve exhausted all avenues for free financial aid like scholarships and grants, try again. Then, if you still come up empty-handed, or don’t have enough to foot the whole bill, consider borrowing for college.
Higher education can be surprisingly affordable — even free. Follow our step-by-step plan to pay as little as possible for your degree.
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Since loans accumulate interest – money you have to pay back in addition to the amount you borrowed – they’re not as good as their alternatives. If used wisely they can turn your dream for higher education into a reality.