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Online Education Grants

Getting a higher education doesn’t mean you have to get in over your head in student loans.

Government Grants

Government Assistance programs can help subsidize the cost of education.

Saving For College

It's never too early to start a college saving fund for your children.

Scholarships

Hundreds of scholarships are available to provide financial support for students.

Top 529 Plans

Some state 529 plans are better than others, find out which one is best for you.

Grant programs offered by the federal government are available to provide assistance to students pursuing part-time and full-time education. The Department of Education offers several college grant awards, and hundreds of public and private scholarships and grants exist to make your academic years more manageable by subsidizing the cost of attendance. Undergraduate students interested in awards based funding should fill out the FAFSA, or Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The eligibility requirements vary with each award, so do your research before spending time on the application.

What You Need To Know About Educational Pell Grants

The Federal Pell Grant may award you up to $6,495 per year for school if you qualify. Find out how you may qualify.

How To Qualify For The Pell Grant

Each year the Pell Grant helps millions of people get a higher education to the tune of multiple billions of dollars per year – between $20 and $30 billion, annually!

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Government Grants – What you Need to Know

Government grants provide funds for a specific purpose, including starting a business, paying for childcare, or getting an education.

The New FAFSA Application: 6 FAFSA Changes You Need to Know

New FAFSA changes will impact millions of American students in higher education from the 2023-2024 school year and beyond. Changes include fewer questions and more eligibility.

Free Money for College: Top Tips and Tricks

Are you trying to get money together to start school? Let's go through everything you need to know to get free money for college.

Programs And Options To Forgive Student Loan Debt

If you’re an indebted graduate, few things will sound more appealing than student loan forgiveness. But make sure you know the facts first — here’s a guide to your options.

Why Online Education is the Future

Students today can access high-quality education wherever they are. All they need is access to the internet.


How To Identify and Face a Mid-Career Crisis

Do you feel stuck? Is it your work environment, or really just a mid-career slump?

Do you feel stuck? Is it your work environment, or really just a mid-career slump?

February 28, 2021


The Top Education Grants for Women

College is expensive, but women looking to go back to college may be eligible for education grants for women. Find out if you could receive free money to go back to college and enh

December 29, 2020


The Top Education Grants for Women

College is expensive, but women looking to go back to college may be eligible for education grants for women. Find out if you could receive free money to go back to college and enh

Should I Take a Gap Year?

A gap year can make you more mature, increase your skills, and provide invaluable experiences. Find out how it works and who qualifies.

August 3, 2020


Should I Take a Gap Year?

A gap year can make you more mature, increase your skills, and provide invaluable experiences. Find out how it works and who qualifies.

How Much More Will You Earn with a College Degree?

Getting a college degree is more important than ever these days if you want to earn a competitive salary.

July 12, 2020


How Much More Will You Earn with a College Degree?

Getting a college degree is more important than ever these days if you want to earn a competitive salary.


Here's How the Federal Work Study Program Works

Here's How the Federal Work Study Program Works

Figuring out how to pay for college is at the top of the to do list for many college students, and a work-study opportunity can help.

June 12, 2020



Grants and Scholarships: What's The Difference?

Grants and Scholarships: What's The Difference?

Billions of dollars in grants and scholarships are awarded each year for a variety of different reasons – odds are you qualify for something.

June 11, 2020



The 2020 FAFSA Deadline Is Near: What You Need to Know

The 2020 FAFSA Deadline Is Near: What You Need to Know

It’s that time of year again. The deadlines are approaching fast and here’s one you shouldn’t miss – FAFSA.

June 10, 2020



Saving for College: The Best 529 Plans in 2020

Saving for College: The Best 529 Plans in 2020

Before taking the plunge to start investing in your child’s education, learn how to pick the best plan for you

May 13, 2020



7 Ways to Raise Cash For College

7 Ways to Raise Cash For College

Getting a higher education doesn’t mean you have to get in over your head in student loans.

May 6, 2020