Tag: work-study

Do I have to file a FAFSA?


You don't have to fill out a FAFSA, but there's no reason not to. In fact, if there's any doubt in your mind about whether or not you need to, you probably should. read more

Pay Your Own Way With Cooperative Education


Imagine graduating from college with more experience, more confidence, and even more money in the bank than the majority of your peers. For many students involved with cooperative education, this is their reality. read more

Funding a Private College Education

Admissions Counselor, University of Dallas

These are just a few of the many questions students and parents ask as they begin exploring how to fund a private college education. As daunting as it may seem, don't get discouraged! There are many resources available to assist throughout the process, and colleges and universities are eager to help. First, it's important that you and your family understand the costs of a private education and how to make paying for it a reality. read more

The Benefits of a Campus Job

DJ and News Commentator, WTBU; Blogger and Journalist

School is in session and you might be thinking the last thing you need to add to your plate of classes, homework, and activities is a campus job. But actually having a job during the academic year could benefit you in a few ways. read more

Financial Aid for Non-US Citizens

Vice President for Enrollment Management, Lynn University

One college admission expert's tips for starting the financial aid search read more

What Are Work-Study Programs?


AKA, getting the federal government to work for you. Through the federal work-study program, campus and nonprofit jobs are subsidized just for students. read more