Graduate Schools

Graduate Students Can Fill Out the FAFSA Too!

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the potential benefits of filling it out should never be far from the thoughts of students who wish to make earning a degree more affordable. Recently, however, it may be on their minds more than usual, thanks to the efforts of First Lady Michelle Obama and Secretary of Education Arne Duncan.

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Lower the Cost of Graduate School With These Tips

Not everybody goes to graduate school after earning a bachelor's degree. However, those who do are probably eager to lower the costs associated with continuing their education at the master's level - especially after paying for four years of college. Fortunately, there are always ways to make enrolling in graduate programs more affordable.

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Student Loan Debt Reduction Programs

According to a report compiled by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Student loan debt is at an all-time high - nearly 1 trillion as of July 2013 (Federal Reserve Bank of New York). Seven in 10 college seniors graduated in 2012 with student loan debt. The average debt per person was $29,400. AND over 600,000 federal student loan borrowers who entered repayment in 2010 defaulted on their loans by 2012. (StudentDebt.org) With statistics like these, it may be a good idea for borrowers to explo

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Financial Aid Information for Graduate Students

As a graduate student figuring out how to use financial aid to pay for graduate school is a complex puzzle. Find out how much others are borrowing, and some of your personal financing options.

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What do Student Loan Debt Reduction Companies Do?

If you are interested in receiving advice for paying down your student loan debt you may be considering enlisting the services of a student loan debt reduction company. Find out what you need to know about these companies before you invest.

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