Archive for the 'Financial-Aid' Category

Scholarships For African American Women

By Mary L. Thompson For those looking for scholarships for African American Women, you are in luck. There are several scholarship programs out there that will fit your needs. Here are just a few of the scholarship programs that you may qualify for. The United Negro Fund This organization has been on the forefront of […]

Government Offers Plenty of Rewarding Options in the Form of Scholarships and Grants

By Michel B. Searching college grants initiates from the high school levels as students need financial assistance to continue their undergraduate courses. Owing to this reason, all the options of funding, scholarships and grants are hunted to have a proper start in enabling them completing the course. Any average citizen of America today poses problems […]

Help Pay For College With Sallie Mae

By Beverly Frank Do you want to go to college? Do you have the money to pay for tuition? If you don’t have money and you want to obtain your degree, Sallie Mae will provide you with the financial resources you need to go to school. Sallie Mae has been around for several years and […]

Federal Scholarships For Single Mothers

By Michel B. In the late 1960’s and early 1970’s, Kate O’Hara was a “radical,” an advocate of thorough-going social and economic change, promoter of “true democracy, especially equal rights for women.” Now, entering the second decade of the new millennium, O’Hara persists in her fervent idealism, but she devotes her attention to educational reform, […]

Pell Grant Covers All Expenses Required For a College Degree

By Ned Katuran Moms coast to coast are benefiting from the US administration’s stimulus program to get them back to college once again. A college degree has always been a passport to a job and moms from lower income groups have somehow missed the opportunity. To get them into the job market since the economy […]

Grants For Moms Check the Website of the State You Reside In

By Ned Katuran Education is a surefire way to ratchet up chances of better employment and higher salaries. You may have left college mid way or never been to it at all or struggling to make ends meet on low wages. It is difficult to manage a family with a single income as well as […]

Why Consolidating Student Loans is Beneficial

By Bart Icles People who have applied for and have been granted student loans, whether by the federal government or by private entities, should make sure that they take the steps in order to have their loans consolidated. Consolidating these loans would ensure that everything is done the right way, with steps to follow and […]

5 Tips on How to Prepare For Your Kids College Education

By Eileen Summer Many kids only start thinking about college education when they reach high school. As for parents, it is a different story. College education costs are not going to get lower when your kids grow up. In fact, the costs increase as the inflation goes up. Thus, it is better to start early […]

Single Parent Scholarships Can Award You From $1,000 $10,000 to Go to School

By Meridith Slate Are you a single parent and you do not have money to pay for college? Whether you are a male or female financial times do not care. If you are trying to make money, the best solution is not to go and look for a better job but to go and get […]

Scholarships Can Help You Pay For Your School Especially If You Volunteer

By Meridith Slate Every single mother knows that going to school can be quite expensive and if you do not have the right tools or the right job then the financial pressure that college can create may not be beneficial when you are trying to complete a degree. Scholarships for moms can help lighten the […]