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Follow this framework to wrap your arms around funding your education.
Expert alert! We spoke to Jeff Scofield, Director of Student Financial Services at Seattle University, on the topic…
We know that communicating with your school’s financial aid and bursar’s office can be intimidating, so we’ve put together the following templates to get you started.
Once you know your way around the lingo and understand the bigger picture, it’ll be easy to evaluate costs.
You would think they’re a standard thing, but the way that schools communicate your aid package is all over the place.
To help flatten the learning curve, we put together this “Cheat Sheet” for first time borrowers that breaks down important topics and defines key terms.
We asked our own Jeannie Tarkenton, founder and CEO of Funding U, to help students frame the question so they could comfortably set their own limits. How much student debt is reasonable?
The Coronavirus response has upended most of our lives, and every day it seems more questions are raised…
Double the financial trouble for two twin sisters in need of gap funding.