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Pew Research Center analyzed data from the Survey of Household Economics and Decision making done by the Federal Reserve in 2016 and came up with the following facts about student loans in America.
The best and easiest way to complete the FAFSA (Free Application For Federal Student Aid) is do it online, and early.
College students from lower income groups have more opportunities to pursue a degree than ever before. Federal pell grants, scholarships and financial aid can provide the assistance these students need to attend college.
If you are looking to save thousands of dollars on college expenses each year, the first place to start is with your Free Application For Student Aid or FAFSA. By filling out a FAFSA in January, you can get your application in early and you may qualify for financial assistance from the US Department of Education.
Let’s face it: not every college student has the funds to pay for their education. College savings accounts have been around since today’s college bound students were born, but not everyone has one.
It happens so often: a high school student narrows down his or her college choice list to just two schools, but is unable to make a final decision. Time is of the essence, both colleges have accepted you, and you want to make your decision so that your final months while at high school are memorable and enjoyable.
Young adults seeking a higher education may consider community college as a steppingstone to greater pursuits or as a path to a new job. Community colleges, also known as technical colleges, are two-year public colleges that serve millions of students.
If you are in college or planning to attend college, the acronym FAFSA should be familiar to you. FAFSA stands for Free Application For Student Aid, a form used by the US Department of Education to determine financial need, particularly your “expected family contribution” or EFC. FAFSA conducts a “need analysis” based on your income, assets and other household information.