Fellowships and Grants for Graduate Students: How to Find and Apply to Them

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Freelance Writer

Money from grants and fellowships is yours free and clear, and they look great on your resume to boot. So how do you get 'em? read more

A Tale of Two Transfer Students

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Finding the right college is always a combination of head and heart. Transfer students, like these two, know that better than most. read more

Student Loan Stress: Too Much to Handle?

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Freelance Writer

For the first time ever, researchers are taking a long, hard look at the mental health effects of our nation's crushing student loan debt. read more

Financial Aid Month 2015: Student Loans and Avoiding Debt

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Long story short, you need to know where loans fit in the grand scheme of paying for college. read more

Paying Your Own Way: Financial Aid for Graduate School

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Writer, Senior Editor, Wintergreen Orchard House

Graduate programs can be expensive, but there are numerous ways in which you can reduce or even eliminate the cost of attendance. We list them all here. read more

Taylor Swift Helps Fan Pay Student Loans

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Oh, Taylor Swift. We already loved you. We didn't think we could love you more. And then you go and do this. read more

Your College Money Questions Answered!

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Co-owner, Money Crashers Personal Finance

Wondering how you can and should pay your way through college? We've got the answers to your questions! read more

One-on-One with Higher Ed Experts: Daniel DiBiasio, College Costs

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President, Ohio Northern University

We asked Daniel DiBiasio, President of Ohio Northern University in Ada, Ohio, for his views regarding college affordability, making student loans work, and the reasons why tuition has skyrocketed in the first place. read more

How to Make College Worth the Cost

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College is expensive. But most research still suggests that a college degree is a good indicator of career and financial stability. You just need to figure out how to make that tuition bill a little less scary! read more

5 Reasons to Keep Student Loan Debt to a Minimum

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Author, Money Crashers Advisor

There are many ways to reduce the cost of college--some are easy, some require a little work. However, cutting down on how much money you need to borrow for school is always worth the effort. read more