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5 College Tuition Tips for a Lower Bill

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Founder, Prep Expert

That big number on the tuition bill is daunting to every college student and parent. However, there are plenty of ways to lower your college costs. Here are just a few. read more

Sleepy Scholarships: The Best Awards Related to Sleep and Dreams

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Writer, MattressAdvisor.com

You can find a scholarship for literally anything, and that includes the sleep world. There are tons of scholarships for those with sleeping disorders or students who have something important to say about sleep and dreams. Check out some great opportunities here. read more

Your Guide to Understanding Financial Aid

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This financial aid guide from Maryville University is designed to walk you through the process of researching, identifying, and applying for the college financial assistance that is right for you. read more

What's the difference between a scholarship and a grant?

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How often do you think about paying for college? The answer is likely all the time. That's why learning about ways to fund your education is so important. read more

Understanding (and Maximizing) Your College Financial Aid Package

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, The College of Wooster

Scholarships, loans, and grants...oh my. Here's how to decipher exactly what's in your financial aid package and how to maximize it to the fullest. read more

5 Little-Known Secrets to Getting More Gift Aid

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Though tuition is increasing each year, there are many ways you can obtain funds to afford it. These five awesome tricks could help you receive more free money for college! read more

How to Get Financial Aid for College: The Ultimate Guide

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Freelance Writer

Choosing a college is complicated. You've got to figure out what type of school you want, where to live, what to study, and--oh yeah--how to pay for it all. read more

Paying for Grad School: Plan Ahead to Get Ahead

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Interim Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management at Mercer University

Almost 12% of college graduates default on their student loans within three years of graduating (NCES, 2016). Don't fall into this trap. Start by looking at your current situation and how it fits into your (fiscally responsible) grad school plans. read more

The Complete Guide to US Financial Aid for International Students

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Freelance Writer

Before coming to the United States for university, it's critical that you understand how financial aid for international students works. Here's what you need to know. read more

Spotlight on Major-Specific Scholarships

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Freelance Writer

When you declare an area of study, you'll be able to increase your financial aid options even further by taking advantage of major-specific scholarships. read more