Getting financial aid for college often seems a daunting process with forms to fill out, deadlines, grants and scholarships. Your first and most important task is submitting an application for student financial aid. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is always a must but the CSS PROFILE is equally important at schools that require it.
Jan 22, 2014 6:19:00 PM
College loans are one way through which many students make their career dreams come true. The only undoing part of this type of loan arrangement is that you have to pay them back with interest. That is why you need to borrow wisely; get the best deal with the best terms possible. Here are some parameters you can use while comparing student loan options:
Topics: Borrowing for College
Jan 17, 2014 12:12:00 PM
There's no question about it, college can be very expensive, and for many families, paying for college in Rhode Island can create a real hardship. Each year, tuition seems to go up at most schools, so it's important for new college students and their parents to understand the best way to save money on an excellent education.
Jan 10, 2014 6:04:00 AM
Sending in college applications can be a harrowing experience for your child. There is often a big gap between the time your child sends in the applications and when the colleges actually get back to you. Waiting for college acceptance can be a nerve-wracking period, but there are things your child can do in the meantime to propel his or hers academic career forward.
Jan 4, 2014 11:39:00 AM
Higher education is expensive, whether you attend a local career or community college or a well-known private university. Paying for tuition and fees as well as books, supplies and housing expenses may seem overwhelming. Fortunately, there are four types of financial aid available to Rhode Islanders that can assist you with your higher education expenses.
Topics: College Financial Aid