Confession time: have you been putting off filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)? If you have, you’re not alone. A lot of students aren’t even sure they qualify for aid, let along want to take the time to fill out more forms. However, the government gives out $46 billion in student […]
What is FAFSA? Learn all about the FAFSA deadline, how to complete a FAFSA application, and answers to help you earn the financial aid you need.
Wondering what good SAT scores can do for you? No need to look any further. In this article, we’re talking about turning SAT scores into scholarships.
The SAT isn’t just for high school students. In this article, learn about how the SAT plays a role in the world of community college and beyond.
Applying to college is a confusing and expensive process. Luckily, I’ll be filling you in on everything you need to know about application costs and fee waivers.
It is no secret that paying for ACT can be pricey. Many students have trouble finding the funds to pay for everything. Good news! If you qualify, you could save money by waiving the fee of your test. Just like the SAT isn’t the only standardized test a student can take to apply for college, it also isn’t the only test available that offers a fee waiver.
With College application season starting, scholarship season follows closely behind. Whether you are a senior planning for the years to come or a current college student seeking additional scholarships, these sites will direct you to countless scholarships that you qualify for, for free!
For many families, the thought of paying for a college education is stressful. If you are a high school junior/senior who feels stressed about college tuitions than this post is for you.
Fact: money does not come from trees. But it can – and frequently does – come from scholarships. And while the last thing you probably want to do, after writing a dozen soul-sucking college essays, is write a dozen more soul-sucking scholarship essays – this is far from the time to give in. There is […]
What if you’re not a straight-A student? Can you still earn scholarships to pay for your dream school? Lynn O’Shaughnessy of TheCollegeSolution.com says “Definitely!” and explains how to do it. If you’re a “B” student, you may have more options than you might assume. Don’t believe me? Here is a story of a young woman […]