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The federal government is making huge profits when it lends money to college students and their parents. According to a… Continue Reading The post Feds Profit Off Student Aid appeared first on Frugal Dad.
While many will be heading to beaches and nightclubs this summer, more and more students are choosing to spend their… Continue Reading The post Fun and Meaningful Ways to Earn College Credit this Summer appeared first on Frugal Dad.
Claremont McKenna College (CMC) announced it will end its “No Package Loan” financial-aid policy beginning next fall for incoming freshmen,… Continue Reading The post Colleges Take Back No-Loan Promises appeared first on Frugal Dad.
This week, news regarding financial aid and paying for college has really focused on student debt — both how to… Continue Reading The post Financial Aid News Roundup appeared first on Frugal Dad.
A recently released report found that private colleges are keeping the poor in debt while giving wealthier students a leg… Continue Reading The post Private Colleges Propogate Wealth Gap appeared first on Frugal Dad.
It’s summer and you want to have some fun. But you also need to work and try to hang on… Continue Reading The post Maximize Your Summer Savings appeared first on Frugal Dad.
If you don’t win a scholarship or land a portable gig, paying to study overseas can be a little trickier.… Continue Reading The post Paying to Study Abroad: Tips for Funding Your International Education, part 2 appeared first on Frugal Dad.
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As tormenting as it is to most of us, many parents whose students are attending college are simply unable to… Continue Reading The post 7 Big Money Scholarships appeared first on Frugal Dad.
The Job Outlook for Law Students By most all accounts the job market for lawyers is not at its most… Continue Reading The post If You Get a Law Degree, Will You Be Able to Pay for it Later? appeared first on Frugal Dad.
Summer can be an excellent time to get ahead on credit hours, make up for some courses you missed or… Continue Reading The post Paying for Summer College Credits appeared first on Frugal Dad.
Have you recently awakened from a deep sleep and, in a Liechtenstein-inspired panic, sat upright muttering, “Oh no! I forgot… Continue Reading The post College Options for Late Applicants appeared first on Frugal Dad.
If you feel like you’re a little behind on college funding and are worried that you’ve missed the scholarship boat,… Continue Reading The post Last Minute Scholarships appeared first on Frugal Dad.
Ryan Rodrick Beiler / Shutterstock.com Many honors students, valedictorians and dreamers are deported to countries they barely recognize. The National… Continue Reading The post DREAM Act Update appeared first on Frugal Dad.
For many college students, summer represents an opportunity to pad the old resume with important (at least on paper) work.… Continue Reading The post Summer Jobs That let you enjoy the summer appeared first on Frugal Dad.
The University of Phoenix’s accreditation woes are more serious than the for-profit giant had been told to expect, with a… Continue Reading The post Make Sure Your Degree Is What You Think You’re Paying For appeared first on Frugal ...
Imperial, California (NAPSI) – When comparing college costs, one of a student’s first steps should be filling out the FAFSA… Continue Reading The post Comparing the Costs of Aid Offers appeared first on Frugal Dad.
The Department of Education will begin recognizing a student’s same-sex parents on applications for federal financial aid for the purposes… Continue Reading The post U.S. Dept. of Education Recognizes Same Sex Parents appeared first on Frugal Dad.
The college application, admissions and financial aid processes are already confusing enough. Unfortunately, the advice professionals offer about how to… Continue Reading The post Your Aid Offer: To Negotiate Or Not? appeared first on Frugal Dad.
As Congress begins the long process of renewing the Higher Education Act, the leaders of the House Committee on Education… Continue Reading The post Congress Requests Input on Higher Education Act appeared first on Frugal Dad.