Archive for the ‘Education’ Category

As a new college graduate, you’ll typically have six months before you’re required to start paying back any student loan debt. Even if you’ve still got some time before graduation, it’s not too soon to begin thinking about your student loans and coming up with an effective repayment plan. As you begin to pay back […]

A lot of people steer clear from college and opt for technical training because they don’t have time (or simply don’t want to) spend four years before they’re finished with school. Although most bachelor degree programs were designed to be finished in four years, you may have some other options, which can help accelerate the […]

These days, most colleges not only offer students the option to take a lot of their courses online, but also give students the opportunity to complete entire degree programs online. If you have a busy schedule or sitting in a classroom just isn’t for you, you may have considered attending college online. But this method […]

These days, most colleges not only offer students the option to take a lot of their courses online, but also give students the opportunity to complete entire degree programs online. If you have a busy schedule or sitting in a classroom just isn’t for you, you may have considered attending college online. But this method […]

Whether you’re already in college or you’re about to enroll, you should explore your options for financial aid if you haven’t already. Many students are surprised to find out that they qualify for some type of financial assistance, so even if you think you aren’t eligible, it’s certainly worth applying for. Depending on your eligibility, […]

Online college courses are becoming more and more common, with some students even completing entire degrees online. Whether you’re thinking about just taking a few of your college classes online, or completing all of your courses on the Internet, weigh both the pros and cons first: Pros Convenience Perhaps one of the biggest perks of […]

Have you considered borrowing money to help pay for college, or do you already owe thousands of dollars in student loans? Whether you’re just beginning to explore student loan options or you’re currently repaying debt from a student loan, the following are some helpful, yet little-known student loan facts: You can potentially eliminate or lower […]

  If you left high school before you graduated, you always have the opportunity of receiving the equivalent of a high school diploma through GED testing. After receiving your GED, you have similar opportunities that high school graduates have. You can begin working right away, train at a technical school, or attend college. If you’ve […]

The expense of college goes beyond housing and tuition—even required course materials can be costly and add up quickly. In fact, the average college student will spend about $400 each semester on just textbooks. Because every little bit of savings can help tremendously throughout college, you’ll want to cut down on the cost of textbooks […]

These days, there are so many different options for kids when it comes to school. They can attend private school, public school, charter school, or they can even take some or all of their classes online. Another popular trend is homeschool. If you’ve thought about homeschooling your child, you may have also considered the financial […]