The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the first step in the college financial aid process. It must be completed every year by students of all ages seeking financial aid.Continue Reading
Study up! Master Basic Skills Every College Student Needs.
Basic college skills include establishing good study habits, improving your technology IQ and improving your writing skills.Continue Reading
Overcome the Challenges of Online College Courses
Online courses give you the advantage of fitting classes into your schedule. Here are a few things to keep in mind as you progress through your online studies.Continue Reading
How to Purchase College Textbooks on the Cheap
You can always buy new books, but if you’re looking to save some extra cash, you can usually buy or rent books at discounted rates.Continue Reading
11 Steps to Find Your Perfect College
Whether considering college for the first time or heading back to finish something you started several years ago, use this list to make sure you don’t miss a thing!Continue Reading
Repaying Student Loans? What You Need to Know.
You’ll most likely have a six-month grace period from the time you graduate until you start making payments, so plan to use that time to learn more about your repayment options and to begin budgeting for monthly payments.Continue Reading
The Student Loan Process for Nontraditional Students
The most important thing to understand about student loans is that they are loans – not free money. Like any loan, they need to be paid back, plus interest.Continue Reading
You’re Not Alone. ND TRiO Programs: A Valuable College Resource
TRiO programs are dedicated to providing students with the academic, financial and career resources necessary to succeed both in the classroom and after graduation.Continue Reading