Resources are available to help low-income and minority students assess and repay student loan debt.
High schoolers can use their PreACT scores to help them choose junior and senior year classes.
Attending b-school orientations and meet-and-greets will help new MBA students build a sense of community.
Many students think they are ineligible for help paying for college, but almost all can qualify for some kind of financial aid.
Planning and research can help students navigate the rigorous admissions requirements for undergraduate engineering programs.
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An installment plan can be an alternative way to pay tuition and help some families avoid loans, experts say.
Federal programs help military service members pay for college, especially during active duty.
The Department of Education’s draft rules could help ensure arbitration isn’t forced on defrauded student loan borrowers.
Asking premed advisers or even family members for help with medical school applications can up your chances of getting admissions interviews.