Don’t be like Ron. If you’re a high school senior and you haven’t started searching and applying for scholarships yet, you’re already behind.
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Did you know you could win a scholarship just for snapping a photo of your school lunch?
To win the $4,000 “Fed Up” School Lunch Scholarship, all you need to do is text in a picture of your school lunch and answer 10 questions about school nutrition to be eligible. There are plenty of easy scholarship applications like this that you can complete in just a few minutes.
Want to apply to college, but worried about all those application fees adding up? The College Board wants to help you.
If you got a high score on your SAT or PSAT, you may soon be receiving a package that will make it free to apply to 6 colleges of your choice, the New York Times reports. The College Board is sending fee waivers to about 28,000 seniors who scored in the top 15 percent of test takers and whose family is in the bottom quarter of income distribution.
In his visit to Western New York today, President Obama unveiled a series of higher education reforms aimed at making college more affordable. A new way of ranking colleges His ideas include creating a new rating system for colleges that would judge schools on measures like tuition, graduation rates, debt and earnings of graduates, and […]
Even with today’s high cost of college, it’s still possible to pay for school without taking out student loans. This article offers some great tips and advice for reducing college costs, from taking college classes while you’re still in high school to actively searching for scholarships all through college. Because of her diligence, the author was […]
You thought you were doing the right thing by investing in a 529 plan to save for your child’s college. But what if your student receives a scholarship that covers most, if not all, of his or her college expenses?
At College Financing Group, we love seeing students find creative ways to pay for college. We’re especially proud when we hear about students from Western New York, where we’re headquartered, capitalizing on their success to make college more affordable.
Adam Munich, a native of Orchard Park, NY and freshman at the Rochester Institute of Technology, recently did just that.
As the weak economy continues to impact how Americans spend their money, parents are putting less toward their children’s college education than in previous years. Parents put an average of $5,727 from their income and savings toward each child’s college costs in the 2012-2013 academic year, down more than a third from $8,752 in 2009-2010.
Who wouldn’t love to pay less for their college degree? Check out this slideshow from US News Education to find out how you can save on college costs and make your money go farther once you’re enrolled.