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If you’ve decided grad school is something you are interested in, and you’re ready to plunge into more years of higher education, one of the first questions you’re likely asking yourself is “How on Earth am I going to pay for all this?” As if your undergraduate education wasn’t expensive

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Financial Aid, Tuition

It’s the time of year when students across the country graduate with four year degrees. While it’s exciting to finally be done with studying, the majority of today’s college graduates have to deal with the burden of student loan repayment starting six months after graduation. For many graduates who aren’t even sure how they

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Financial Aid, TuitionStudents

College can be a time for gaining financial independence and an opportunity to create positive financial habits that you will hopefully carry with you after graduation. While gaining new independence can be an exciting adventure, there are certain financial mistakes that can be easy to make and can have long-term

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Top articles of 2015
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Happy New Year, SchoolMoney.org’s readers and followers! We covered a wide variety of exciting education-related topics in the year 2015 geared toward students, educators and anyone else who is committed to student success. To recap, here’s a snapshot look at our most popular articles from last year! Most Popular Posts

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Education, NewsFinancial Aid, Tuition

How will I pay for college? This one of the most daunting questions future college students have to answer. With the rising cost of tuition, financial aid plays a considerable role in funding an undergraduate education. Each year, $46 billion in grants and scholarship money is awarded by colleges and universities and

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Financial Aid, TuitionStudy Abroad

Searching for scholarships should be a priority for students who are serious about cutting down the out-of-pocket cost of studying abroad. Although universities typically have scholarships available to their students for studying abroad, they typically won’t cover the entire cost of tuition and living expenses overseas. Luckily there are some great

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Financial Aid, Tuition

If you plan on attending some form of higher education, it is important you consider the total cost of your studies. If you go to college or university in the United States, you are faced with four different types of expenses. It is essential you determine exactly what these costs

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Financial Aid, Tuition

Whether you’re just beginning your scholarship search – or you’re knee-deep in applying – you need to be aware that there are scams out there waiting to take advantage of students. Reduce your risk of falling into a trap by knowing what to look for. Fees You’ve found the perfect scholarship,

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Financial Aid, Tuition

With the cost of attending a college in the United States at an all-time high, it makes perfect sense to sit down and consider what your financial options are.  In fact, you are faced with the potential to access several different options: Scholarships, grants and loans. Any of them can help you

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Education, NewsFinancial Aid, Tuition

You’ve been accepted to a university, and now it’s time to plan for your undergraduate degree. Maybe you received a scholarship or you’ve been selected for a government or university grant. But when you tally up the costs, it’s still not enough. It’s time to consider taking out a loan

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