Worried about how to pay for college? Not sure if—or when—you should apply for private student loans? Here's the three-step plan you need to implement:
Does the idea of living in a spacious apartment or sharing a large house with a bunch of your friends sound pretty tantalizing?
If you’re eager to get out of your crowded college dorm, you might be thinking about off-campus housing. With all of the freedom and space that comes with truly being on your own, you may be ready to sign on the dotted line right now.
With summer break right around the corner, you're likely gearing up for part-time work, hanging with friends, and sleeping in. But there are some things you—and your parents—should be getting a jump on now to ease the college application and selection process next year. Here's our month-by-month guide.
The biggest pro of cosigning your child's student loan is obvious: You'll help them attain the education they need to secure their financial future. The biggest con is obvious, too: If your child doesn't pay for some reason, you may be on the hook.
Let's take a closer look at cosigning and what you can expect.
Congrats! You've been accepted to college. Now you just need to figure out how to pay for it.
But before you start digging through your car for any loose change you can find, you might want to take some time to check out all of the resources available to help you pay for college in the state of Florida.
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