If you don’t have your head wrapped around the basic terms and facts, figuring out how to pay for college and apply for scholarships can be a little complicated.
There’s money out there just for you — all you have to do is look!
You don’t always know what you’re up against when you’re applying, but it never hurts to throw your name into consideration — even if it’s a long shot.
Former “Dirty Jobs” host Mike Rowe has been a longtime advocate for the trades. He’s also been one of the constant voices reminding us about the skilled labor gap in America.
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.
This core is required in order to be eligible for the Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarship, funded by the Arkansas State Lottery.
Filling out this one puts you in the running for 20 different grants and loans.
College isn’t cheap. But before you succumb to sticker shock, know this: 80 percent of freshmen at Arkansas colleges receive some kind of financial aid. Follow this step-by-step guide and you’ve got a good shot at leaving college with a degree and little (or no) debt.