How to Pay for College
With the country's student loan debt now larger than our credit card debt, is it possible to graduate from college without years of loan payments on the horizon?
Independent College Consultant, Marie Morris, stopped by to tell us about the wide variety of scholarships are out there for every type of student!
What kinds of scholarships are available? Look for scholarship applications on college and University websites, and through local high schools, plus via websites of businesses and non-profit organizations.
Many outside scholarships are available. My personal favorite is for the .tennis player with diabetes
How do I find them?
Start early and apply to many, it’s a numbers game. Don’t discount the $500 scholarship; they add up. Just think, if it only took 2 hours to complete and you won that comes out to $250/hour. What teenager makes that kind of money?