Did you know the military can help you pay off your student loans In special cases you may even have your loans totally forgi...
Student debt is a ticking time bomb that threatens to derail many young adults' financial futures.
Veterans and their dependents have many sources of money for school that the general public doesn't have.
Students who lost a parent in Iraq or Afghanistan after 9/11/2001 may be eligible for a special Pell grant worth over $5,000.
When should you file your FAFSA? The short answer is: it depends.
If you dread filling out tax forms at the end of the year, there's an easy way to take care of your FAFSA information.
The FAFSA is a great way to get financial assistance for a college education. Here are some great resources to help fill one...
Congratulations! You submitted your FAFSA! Wondering what happens next?
Completing the FAFSA is the first step in accessing the more than $150 billion available in federal student aid.
College application deadlines are fast approaching and you may be wondering if you can even afford to go to college.
If you need financial aid to help you pay for college you should complete the Fee Application for Federal Student Aid.
Here are some things I wish I had known when I was graduating and getting ready to start repaying my student loans.
Millennials currently face a tougher job market than their parents did, but that isn't their only impediment.
When it comes to repaying your federal student loans, there's a lot to consider.
Thankfully, for those currently serving, there are options available to temper the rising costs of education.
It's no secret that college tuition continues to rise. However, the cost of college textbooks has risen 1041% since 1977.
The recent shutdown of the U.S. government has led to disapproval of some Sailors' requests for Tuition Assistance (TA).
Let's face it, repaying your student loans can be quite overwhelming, especially if you're new at it.