Financial Aid

20
Apr
What to Do When You Run Out of Financial Aid

Federal financial aid has limits, so it’s not uncommon for it to run out. Students in need of immediate funding have a number of alternatives including scholarships, payment plans, employment, and private student loans.

Posted in: Financial Aid, Student Loans,
13
Mar
Financial Aid for Minorities

There are many financial aid options designed specifically for minority students including scholarships, grants, and student loans.

Posted in: Financial Aid, Scholarships, Student Loans,
09
Mar
Financial Assistance for Those Recovering From Addiction

Financial hardship is common among those recovering from addiction, but there are resources that provide financial aid for drug rehab. Individuals in recovery have access to grants, non-profit and private programs, personal funding, and insurance to manage the expense of rehab.

Posted in: Financial Aid, Insurance, Personal Finance, Personal Loans,
28
Jan
Help for Single Moms: Find Grants and Financial Resources Today

Single mothers can find the help they need from federal and non-profit organizations. Assistance is available to ease financial burdens, education costs, housing concerns, insurance coverage, and food needs for single mothers.

Posted in: Financial Aid, Personal Finance,
13
Jan
Best Colleges for Financial Aid

A look at the best colleges for financial aid including need-based aid, non-need-based aid, and aid for international students.

Posted in: Financial Aid, Reports,
16
Dec
Colleges Giving International Students the Most (and Least) Financial Aid

A look at the average financial aid package offered to international students at 738 colleges & universities in the United States.

Posted in: Financial Aid, Reports, Student Loans,
09
Dec
How to Write a Financial Aid Appeal Letter

If you've been denied financial aid—or offered far less than you think you're eligible for—you can submit a financial aid appeal letter to have your eligibility reconsidered. Here's how.

Posted in: Financial Aid, Learn More, 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,