Offers free financial aid information for state residents. Click on “Family and Education” and then “Education” to find financial aid information. There are also links to state and federal financial aid resources.
Today, millions of college students choose to take some or all of their courses online. Even as total higher education enrollment decreases, student enrollment in courses and degree programs at online colleges continues to climb. Learn how to properly fill out the FAFSA, get loan counseling and learn about lesser known forms of educational funding.
Half of all undergraduate college students identify as first generation college students — meaning students whose parents never completed a bachelor’s degree. This resource will help guide first generation college students and their families with the additional barriers and challenges they may face.
Is a degree program you’d like to pursue not available in your state? Is out-of state tuition a barrier to a major offered at a college in another state? Study in a specialized field at an out-of-state college. Pay in-state tuition rates. Learn more about the Academic Common Market through the Southern Regional Education Board.