College is expensive. Many students use financial aid in the form of loans to help cover the cost of tuition and books. These articles will explain the ins and outs of college financial aid.
How do SAT scores affect financial aid?
How FAFSA Follow-up Works
What's the Difference Between Student Loan Refinance and Student Loan Consolidation?
Is It a Good Idea to Refinance Your Student Loans?
5 Tips for Applying for Financial Aid
How Rhodes Scholarships Work
How Fulbright Scholarships Work
How Postdoctoral Financial Aid Works
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Most college students have to worry about paying for classes, books, food, and rent. They have to work jobs, study to keep their grades up, and show up for classes on time. So the government began offering Pell Grants to students in need.
Do you need money for your children's college education? Open a 529 plan and start saving while you still have the time.
There's a lot of assistance out there -- the school you've worked toward is within your reach. Find out about getting money for college.
By Dave Roos & Jim Belvin