Are you almost off to college? Would you like to fund your children’s education one day? Regardless of the case, here are some expenses you should remember to include in your budget. The costs of college extend well beyond tuition, books, and housing. Even if you have grants, scholarships, and student loans helping you financially, other costs could require money out of your pocket to stay afloat. What extra costs must you account for when planning for college? Here are a few, and it’s worth noting that they may increase from year to year, so keep that in mind: 1….
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According to the National Center for Education Statistics, there are more than 8 million adult students in America. A significant number have previously attended college but were unable to finish their degrees. Others were willing to come back, but the the right circumstances had yet to materialize. The federal government has a variety of grant and scholarship programs adult students can take advantage of to achieve their educational goals. Some organizations and private institutions also collaborate with initiatives which can provide significant relief to adults pursuing a college degree. In this article, we discuss the best known grant and scholarship…
We’ve heard amazing stories of single parents completing an education while raising children full time. However, there are many more stories of single parents who forget about continuing their education after they have children. Often times a single income may be just enough to cover basic expenses. For many single moms and dads, getting a student loan to attend college is not accessible and the interest payments are not affordable. This guide is about finding sources of financial aid that single parents can rely on to finish college. Education grants are one valuable but commonly misunderstood resource for adult students….