The deadline to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, for the 2018 to 2019 school year is June 30, 2019. This is the application that is required as the first step for most any kind of financial aid. The deadline for the 2019 to 2020 school year is June 30, 2020.
With over 13,000 answers from current college students, LendEDU analyzed how much responsibility students bear in paying for college and broke the data down by race, gender, school, region, and major.
According to the most recent data compiled by LendEDU, the average cost for attending a four-year not-for-profit college or university in the United States is $25,290 for public institutions and $50,900 for private. Federal and private student loans, grants, scholarships, and savings are the most commonly utilized resources to help mitigate the ever-increasing cost of [&he
Keeping up with the rising cost of college is tough, and if you come from a low-income family it is even tougher. The Pell Grant is a need-based federal grant for low-income students who require financial support to pay for college. Pell Grants are awarded to undergraduate students who have not received a bachelor’s degree and to […]
Note: This study was originally published on July 13, 2016 but has been updated to reflect the most recent data. The United States has some of the best colleges and universities in the world. For this reason, many international students apply to these schools each year. In fact, there were nearly 1.1 million international students enroll
According to LendEDU’s third annual Student Loan Debt by School by State report, student loan borrowers from the Class of 2017 graduated with a daunting $28,288 of debt, on average. That figure is up by $313 from last year’s report. Additionally, 58 percent of all graduates from the Class of 2017 at non-profit four-year colleges left campus
No one is surprised to hear that the average cost of college has continually increased over time. No matter whether you attend a public or private school, or whether you attend a 2-year or 4-year college, you can expect to pay more than those who attended before you. By checking out the graph below (which does […]
Compiling and analyzing data from 89,000 undergraduate and 24,000 graduate students, the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) published their quadrennial National Postsecondary Education Student Aid Study (NPSAS:16) during the week of January 28th. This comprehensive study released by NCES, who is a part of the U.S. Department of Education, provid
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