FAFSA? What's FAFSA? It's your Free Application for Financial Aid. Important stuff! But before diving into all that form-filling, here's a brief heads-up on some common terms.
Do you want to go to college but aren’t sure how to pay for it? Why not create a “financial bucket list” to help you save up the funds you’ll need?
Not sure what this means or how to go about it? Essentially, a bucket list is a collection of all the things you want to experience or accomplish before you “kick the bucket.” While many people make these lists for experiences, this concept can be applied to money matters, too. Use it to create a checklist of ways to begin your college fund.
Here's a simple truth: any student working toward a college degree will have to work hard.
Sometimes, though, that path contains additional inherent challenges. Whether these challenges are physical, emotional, or cognitive in nature, a deserving student should have the opportunity to succeed in advanced education and, beyond that, the workplace.
If you’re interested in becoming a nurse or adding more credentials to your nursing education, you’re in a great spot: there is always demand in the field of nursing.
Registered nurses, especially those with BSNs (bachelor of science degrees in nursing), never struggle to find gainful employment.
If you're fortunate enough to speak with Darion Weber you'll immediately hear the optimism in her voice—and not just because she's our latest Nitro College Scholarship winner.
At Nitro, we want to help you get through the FAFSA with as little pain as possible. We also know that even with specialized guidance, individual circumstances may make some of the FAFSA questions difficult to answer. That’s why we recently gathered your latest and most complicated FAFSA questions and posed them to college financial aid pros to get the info you need.
Psst ... you can also check out our Step-By-Step Guide To Completing The 2022-2023 FAFSA Questions.
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