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This guide will go into these different ways to pay for college – including savings accounts, financial aid, scholarships & grants, and student loans. We will also explain, in detail, the best approaches to take when dealing with these different methods of paying for college.
View and download resources from the office of Federal Student Aid. Provides resources on preparing for college or career school, applying for aid, consumer protection, and more
This site provides information about the affordability and value of different colleges and universities in the United States.
This tool from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau helps students compare financial aid and college costs.
The U.S Department of Education has a Net Price Calculator to compare costs between the specific schools to which students are applying. The College Board also has a tool to help students explore the cost of college: College Board.
This site allows students and parents/guardians to export information to easily compare college costs and availability of grants and other types of financial assistance.
This site provides a number of resources to download and share with students and their parents/guardians, including a printer-friendly copy of the information on this site.
Downloadable handout that provides the who, what, where, when, and how of federal financial aid.
Find out more by reading Private Student Loans Guide - Eligibility, Costs, Repayment, & Warnings.
Folleto Downloadable que proporciona que, lo que, donde, cuando, y cómo de la ayuda financiera federal.
Glosario de la ayuda financiera y otros términos de educación superior traducido al español.