High school graduation is in full swing with millions of students across the country set to close one chapter of their lives in preparation for embarking on a new one. This is an exciting time for graduates and should be recognized accordingly.
Reducing the cost of higher education begins with you, the student. Filling out a FAFSA form and applying for grant money are important steps in helping to reduce your college costs. Applying for college scholarships can also help your cause, reducing your expenditures further.
College-bound and current students that land scholarships can help defray the cost of their education. Scholarship recipients should know that these funds are not repaid and along with grants can reduce their higher education costs. Billions of dollars in college scholarship monies are awarded every academic year, money that you may be missing out on.