Applying for Financial Aid [offsite link]
The U.S. Department of Education´s Federal Student Aid (FSA) programs are the largest source of student aid in America. If you´re interested in financial aid for college or a career school, you´ve come to the right place. These programs provide more than $60 billion a year in grants, loans, and work-study assistance.
Federal Tax Benefits for Education [offsite link]
Finding Money for Graduate School
You have options beyond taking out student loans. Searching for alternatives to pay for graduate school is worth the effort.
Get Your Employer to Pay for Your Graduate Degree
Are you hoping to get your employer to pay for your graduate school tuition? Let's look at some ways you can convince them to do this.
Graduate Assistant Positions
Finding ways to finance graduate school without going into years of debt can feel like a full time job in itself. Graduate Assistantships are an excellent way to help fund your graduate school education.
Graduate School and Filing Taxes
Graduate school can be overwhelming enough in itself and then every year the time comes to do your taxes. Let's try to shed some light on some possible deductions and credits as well as the impact of grants and scholarships on your taxable income.
Index of Grants for Graduate Study [offsite link]
Links focused on funding sources for students in social and behavioral sciences.
Managing Your Student Loans
In this article Lynn discusses ways to manage your student loans.
Mapping Your Future [offsite link]
Helps students select, prepare, and plan their finances for graduate school
PhD Tuition at Capella University
For many people, one of the biggest barriers to pursuing a graduate education is the cost. In this article we will look at how Capella University, a school that offers PhD programs in a distance education format, structures tuition.
Should Higher Education be Free?
What free resources are available to further your education? Let’s look at some potential options that may help you expand your knowledge and possibly even help you choose a university.
Student Loan Repayment Options
Many of us have student loans and you might be wondering what your repayment options are, especially since in a difficult economy it can be difficult to pay those off once you are out of school. Let’s look at some student loan repayment options.
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