Where can I find financial aid information?
Numerous resources exist for prospective students interested in financial aid. Government websites such as Federal Student Aid and the U.S. Department of Education can provide information on federal loans and grants, while schools’ websites often have sections devoted to financial aid options for students.
How can I compare programs?
Comparing programs requires that one thoroughly research the institutions one is interested in by reading through each school’s website, talking to current students and faculty, and seeking the input of admissions counselors.
How can I find admissions information?
Admissions information can be found on reputable sites such as the U.S. News & World Report, as well as on individual school websites.
How much is school going to cost?
The cost of going to school varies depending on the type of school one attends, as well as the degree sought. The most current tuition numbers for a school are typically available on that school’s website.
How do I find scholarships?
Scholarships are available through school-specific programs, government departments, and private organizations. To find scholarships that you may qualify for, research the different financial aid options that your schools of interest provide, while also looking into federal grants and private company scholarships.