Okay, deep breaths everyone. It’s time to talk money - the subject that can turn a perfectly calm, family dinner into a screaming match. No one likes to discuss money. Nevertheless, you should have a financial plan for your online education.
Even if the very mention of the word “forms” makes your skin crawl, we’re here to tell you that a little effort goes a long way. Whether you need help creating a budget or you’re looking for advice on cost-cutting measures, this section can help. In this section you’ll also find information about grants, loans, scholarships, and other forms of financial aid, which may be available for qualifying students.
Applying for Student loans can be daunting, but it doesn't have to be. The following guidelines may help you better understand your borrowing options, specifically when it comes to private loans.
Single parents must juggle the challenged of earning a living, spending quality time with their children, and managing their household. Add it to the stress of trying to attend a college, even part-time and online, and it is easy to see how single parents can feel overwhelmed by all of their responsibilities.