Financial Aid

19
Jan
The Top 50 Colleges With the Best Financial Aid Counseling Programs

Paying off any kind of debt can be an uphill battle. Now take that hill, cover it in a sheet of ice, throw on a half foot of snow, add some money-hungry debt collectors chasing you, and you have what can be imagined as the student loan debt repayment process. Depending on where you land after graduation, […]

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15
Feb
LendEDU’s Financial Aid Awareness Month Survey

Did you know that February is Financial Aid Awareness Month? In the spirit of Financial Aid Awareness Month, we conducted a survey of 500 current college students and asked them 16 general questions related to the financial aid process. Go to any college campus, find a student, and they can ramble on about a tricky subject […]

Posted in: Financial Aid, Reports, Student Loans,
25
Oct
Do You Have To Pay Back Financial Aid?

Financial aid is one of the most important services that the federal government provides citizens right now, and there are currently millions of Americans who are benefiting from these services. However, one of the key issues facing students once they do fill out their FAFSA forms is; will they have to pay back their financial aid? Answering […]

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06
Sep
How to Get the Most Out of FAFSA

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, otherwise known as FAFSA, is a generally well-known tool to high school students, parents, and college students in the United States of America. It is an application that many prospective college students submit to the government for higher education financial aid. The results of these applications provide details of [&hel

Posted in: FAFSA (3), Financial Aid,
24
Aug
Most Affordable Schools for Incoming Freshmen with Financial Need

Today, the average student loan borrower graduates with over $28,000 in student loan debt. This is no small chunk of change, and when interest is included, could balloon to a much higher amount. One of the best ways to avoid this often debilitating debt is to avoid taking on as much as possible. How is this possible? Grants and scholarships. […]

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