College Financial Aid Preparation Tools
Early college planning tools can help families better understand what they may be expected to pay.
If your child is applying for college this year, you've likely started thinking about college visits. Here are a few tips to help you budget for these campus visits.
Here is the low down on what parents can do, and on what guidance counselors should do, to ensure their children are soon happily off to their first day of college.
Most parents worry about their ability to cover higher education costs for their children. For divorced parents, the issue is not just how, but who.
The fifth annual survey from Discover Student Loans reveals how parents feel about student loan debt. Learn more about how parents plan to pay for college.
Before co-signing a student loan, you should consider your responsibilities as a cosigner. Here is what you need to know about co-signing a student loan.
Affording college can be an expensive undertaking that could affect everyone’s finances. Here are some tips on how to talk about college costs with your teen.
Get advice on talking to your student about their college budget before leaving for school.
Learn more about 401K or home equity loans as options to pay for college.
While there is no one formula, here are some things admissions committees consider when reviewing applications.
Family contributions, no matter how big or small, can help you and your student manage college expenses.
Visiting the colleges your student may want to attend can provide insights that you and your student may not get from a website or brochure.
Take advantage of potential tax savings through education tax credits and savings plans.
If your student wants to attend college out-of-state, find out which states are more affordable.