Financial Aid

24
Oct
FAFSA Guide

It’s important for all college students to fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Here's a look at who is eligible for federal aid, how to apply, important dates to watch out for, and what your next steps will be.

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24
Oct
Important FAFSA Deadlines for Financial Aid

The deadline to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, for the 2019 to 2020 school year is June 30, 2020.

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20
Sep
How to Pay for Trade School With Student Loans, Grants, and More

There are many options to pay for trade school including scholarships, grants, income-sharing agreements, federal student loans, and private student loans.

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22
Aug
How to Pay for College: The Steps You Should Take

Paying for college is no easy task. Learn about the steps you should take and find resources that can help you along the way.

Posted in: Financial Aid, Scholarships, Student Loan Information, Student Loans,
30
Jul
States That Provide Students With the Most Need-Based Scholarships & Grants

Which states provide students with the most need-based scholarships and grants? Through the use of licensed financial aid data, LendEDU compiled these rankings.

Posted in: Financial Aid, Reports,
25
Jul
How to Pay for Medical School

Med school is expensive. You have options to pay for school including grants and scholarships as well as student loans. Exhaust free funding sources first, then max out your federal loans before borrowing from private lenders.

Posted in: Financial Aid, Scholarships, Student Loans,
17
Jul
Colleges & Universities Where Students Receive the Most Need-Based Scholarships & Grants

LendEDU recognizes the colleges and universities where students can expect to receive the most financial aid in the form of need-based scholarships and grants.

Posted in: Financial Aid, Reports,
21
Jun
Pell Grants: Amounts, Limits, & Eligibility

Pell Grants are need-based grants issued to students who demonstrate financial need to help pay for college. The annual maximum amount for the 2019-20 school year is $6,195 and students may only receive Pell Grants for 12 semesters.

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29
May
Completing the FAFSA When You Have Divorced Parents

If your parents are divorced, you may have difficulty filling out the FAFSA. It's important to take the time to talk to both parents to figure out how to answer some of the questions the form asks.

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29
May
Can You Complete the FAFSA Without a Driver’s License?

While having a driver’s license will make filing the FAFSA easier, other forms of identification are acceptable. If you don’t have a license, a state-issued ID, which is easy to obtain, will work.

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