Nitro Knowledge. Your Guide to Paying for College.
If you've ever typed "online college" into a search engine, chances are you've seen more than one ad for Purdue University Global. Thanks to a massive advertising push, the school is creating a significant presence, helped along by the name recognition of Purdue University.
But that name recognition has also caused quite a bit of confusion, leaving people to wonder if the online school is part of the brick-and-mortar institution called Purdue—and if it is, how that might impact a PG degree. Let's wade through some FAQs about this school and then discuss pros and cons of matriculating here.
Military service members take extraordinary risks and make great sacrifices when they sign up to serve their countries. Oftentimes, spouses and families also make sacrifices along the way. Thankfully, there are many programs designed to pay back this service from dependents of military service members in the form of college scholarships.
If you're the child or dependent of a military service member and you're looking for a way to fill the financial gap in college tuition, check out the following scholarship opportunities.
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:
If you’re new to the college funding process, you may find yourself a bit overwhelmed. That’s not unusual.
In fact, most people get pretty stressed out when they start thinking about how to pay for college. Your best bet is to use multiple approaches to fund your education. Let's take a look at your options.
Has fear of student loan debt kept you from pursuing your master's in computer science? If so, we have some pretty fantastic news for you: Not only can you get your master's for well under $10,000 (in fact, way less!), but you can also get it from a top-tier school.
Future students: Do yourselves a favor and check out what's going on at Georgia Tech.