Here are a few details about repaying Direct Loans and Federal Stafford Loans: After you stop attending school at least half time, withdraw or graduate, a six-month grace period begins. You receive only one grace period per loan. Repayment begins after the grace period ends, with your first payment usually due 45-60 days later. The maximum repayment period ranges from … [Read more...] about Repay your Direct Loan/Federal Stafford Loan Now!
As the 2017-2018 school year approaches, students and their families need to know about changes to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is important for a few reasons, as it’s a pathway to receiving several forms of financial aid including grants, loans and work study. More information is available from the office of financial aid. Here’s a rundown … [Read more...] about Changes to the FAFSA: What you need to know
FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid that students fill out each year for financial aid. Three ways to fill out your FAFSA 1) Online at FAFSA 2)By downloading and completing a PDF FAFSA ( got to FAFSA and scroll to FAFSA filling options) 3) By requesting and completing a paper FAFSA (request a copy by calling 1-800-4-FED-AID [1-800-433-3243]) *Applying … [Read more...] about !Completing the FAFSA!
NEED HELP FILING YOUR 2016-2017 FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA)? *Attend a FAFSA Frenzy (a state-wide initiative) on MARCH 5, from 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM at Lybyer Technology Building! *Volunteers will be available to assist you to file your FAFSA. You can also sign up for a State-Wide Drawing - One of Sixteen $500 Scholarships to be used at any postsecondary … [Read more...] about *FAFSA FRENZY*
While attending a college or university may be expensive, there are several different ways you can reduce the overall cost of higher education. Choose an educational institution wisely. •Evaluate the costs of public vs. private, two-year vs. four-year, in-state vs. out-of-state schools •Take general education classes at a local state or community college • Research … [Read more...] about Mapping Your Education