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Student Loans

Many students find that they must help finance their college education with an education loan. This is a form of financial aid that must be repaid, with interest. (Scholarships, on the other hand, do not have to be repaid.) As a minority

Finding Your Best Fit

Find the College that fits Nowadays you have so many options! Colleges and universities across the globe offer so many alternative ways of education and I’m not just talking about online-based education, but the kind of education that

College Interviews

College Interviews: The Basics The college interview is a part of the college application process at many colleges — but not all of them. You may meet in person to talk with someone from the admission office, a current student or a

Students With Disabilities

Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) The SSD program provides support services, specialized instruction, and educational accommodations to students with disabilities so that they can participate as fully and benefit as

Scholarships for Hispanics

Money for College: Break the Mold and Succeed For the hands down largest ethnic minority group in America, Hispanics face formidable challenges when it comes to higher education. Those students that do not wrestle with English have

Native American Scholarships

Do You Qualify for Tribal Funds? Accessing scholarships for Native American and Alaska Native students is about perseverance and brainstorming. No one is going to drop millions of dollars in your lap, but when you know through which

College Scholarships for Minorities

Guess What? Nearly Everyone’s a Minority It’s likely that you fit into at least one of the growing minority scholarship categories—nearly everyone does, by some scholarship definition. We’ll prove it: African American Hispanic

Visiting A College?

Strategies for Parents Taking Their High School Child on the Road for Campus Visits Parents of high school juniors everywhere are gearing up to hit the road over spring break to visit colleges of interest to their teenagers. While