Here is a helpful list that gives you authorized educational expenses at the school that certified your loan eligibility to think about.
When you decide to take out a loan for whatever reason, it should not be done lightly because they will stick with you until they’re repaid. There are ways to make having them less painful but don’t ignore them!
Getting ready to start your college dream or returning to finish it up? For many, the financial planning aspect of it can be daunting, but we’re here to help! Here are three great tips to help you get started on the right track!
The world of loans has its tendency to be a confusing and intimidating place. If you’re anything like me, you’re also not well versed in the many different types of loans that are available to you.
If you have received loans from the Department of Education to cover the cost of your tuition and other expenses, now is a great time to begin managing this financial responsibility.
Going back to school is an exciting time, but do you have a plan for your finances? You have options that can work for you without leaving you high and dry.
By Ryan Laspina
Senior Specialist, Red Flags and External Reviews at APUS
By Shalena Gonzales
Financial Aid Specialist, American Public University