Archive for the 'financial aid' Category

Financial Aid for Unemployed Students

Saturday, February 26th, 2011

Many people when they are unemployed decide to go back to school.  It seems like the perfect time to be trained or certified to do something else: something that will draw an income again and perhaps set us on the road toward the good life.  Here are some things you need to know about financial [...]

Financial Aid for Private Schools

Saturday, February 26th, 2011

Private schools aren’t cheap, but they don’t have to bankrupt the family.  You can finance your child’s education with financial aid for private schools.  The best source of information on financial aid will, of course, be your institution’s financial aid officer.  He or she will review with you your funding options, and help devise a [...]

Yoga Teacher Training Financial Aid

Saturday, February 26th, 2011

If you look hard enough, you can find financial aid for almost any endeavor you hope to pursue.  Even if you’re looking at a field that’s a little unusual, like training to be a yoga teacher, there are resources available to you.  Yoga teacher training financial aid comes in several forms, though you may find [...]

What Are the Four Basic Types of Financial Aid?

Saturday, February 26th, 2011

When you’re looking at colleges and applying for financial aid, one of the things that you are wondering is what are the four basic types of financial aid.  No matter what your financial aid package looks like, what you school you go to, or what needs you bring to your higher education, these four types [...]

Financial Aid for College Advice

Saturday, February 26th, 2011

Applying for college financial aid can be confusing—there are so many companies out there promising to find you grants and other assistance that you don’t know where to turn or who to believe.  But the truth is, college financial aid is a relatively straightforward process, and it’s usually the same no matter what school you [...]

Rockland Community College Financial Aid

Monday, February 21st, 2011

Rockland Community College is a large and vibrant school in Suffern, New York.  It not only offers excellent academic programs for students hoping to receive training or a foundation for future studies, it’s also a center of outreach, art, and gathering for the region.  It hosts cultural events and exposes students to important business and [...]

Concord Law School Financial Aid

Monday, February 21st, 2011

The more widespread and accessible computers become, the more education institutions are using it to reach out to those who might never have a chance to take classes or complete degrees.  This is even true for advanced degrees; you can get a doctorate in almost any subject through an accredited online program.  Many people will [...]

Calculation for College Financial Aid

Monday, February 21st, 2011

Figuring out calculation for college financial Financial aid for college can be a complex combination of several different factors.  It can be hard to figure out how much money you’ll be given, how much you’ll have to borrow, and how much you’ll be expected to contribute out of pocket.  Some of those costs are fixed, [...]

Financial Aid for Starting a Business

Monday, February 21st, 2011

Although much of the conversation about economic policy in the US centers around large corporations, it’s important to remember that most jobs in this country are created and sustained by small businesses, not big ones.  Over 65% of American jobs are in small businesses.  However, in risky financial times, it’s not always easy for entrepreneurs [...]

Student Loans for Students on Financial Aid

Monday, February 21st, 2011

Student loans are designed to help college student pay for tuition, books, and ordinary living expenses.  While other types of loans have substantially higher interest rates, the interest rate for student loans for students on financial aid is much lower, and repayment can be deferred while the student is still in school. The United States [...]