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Stressed about financial aid? Don't be. Here's everything you need to know about the financial aid process -- from application to consolidation -- all in one place.
There are a variety of types of financial aid available to students. We're breaking down the different types of aid you might see in your financial aid package plus how to get additional support.
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The financial aid process is complicated, especially if you're trying to tackle it on your own. Don't worry -- that's where financial aid consultants come in.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a form that current and incoming college students should fill out to discover their eligibility for federal financial aid.
The College Board's College Student Service (CSS) Profile is an application that allows students to apply for non-federal financial aid opportunities.
From financial aid forms to college admissions, knowing the ins and outs of your college applications is key if you want to get the best financial aid package you can.
Professional experience and extra cash? Yes please. Work-study jobs are an essential part of many financial aid packages.
Scholarships = free money... if you can find the right opportunities, that is. Here's how to do just that.
Grants are a form of financial aid that doesn't have to be repaid. That means money awarded through grants is yours -- no extra fees attached. Learn how to make the most of this important financial aid opportunity.
Most college students (or their parents) borrow money to help cover the cost of attending college. Brush up on information about student, parent, and private educational loans.
College is a big step and brand new chapter in your life -- and prep starts way before you move into your dorm.
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