Whether you’re considering college for the first time or registering for classes for your next semester, you’re probably thinking about how you’re going to pay for it. But, college costs don’t have to be overwhelming. That’s where financial aid and scholarships come in.
Collecting funds through aid and scholarships helps to lighten a student’s financial burden and are a key part of calculating your budget. Researching and understanding your aid and scholarship options, submitting applications, and staying on top of deadlines can help keep your college expenses under control instead of becoming a budget-buster.
Best of all, we can help you figure it all out!
Use our tools to know how much you’ll pay in tuition and fees, and understand how billing and payments work. Calculate your Cost of Attendance. Start applying for financial aid and scholarships. We've even found a bunch of student discounts and deals to help you keep your budget balanced.
There’s no better time than now to start investing in your academic journey in higher education–and your future.
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