When you are considering going for a bachelors degree, one of the first questions that comes to your mind is how you will pay for it, because, face it, all four of those years of bachelors degree education does not come cheap. Fortunately, bachelors degree-holders have more financial aid available to them than any other… Read More


Have a seat. So let me make sure I understand. You have received federal loan money or scholarships, but you still cannot quite cover all your college expenses, and your family cannot help, is that correct? Okay, let us discuss your final option then. It really needs to be the final option because it is… Read More


*Updated: April 18, 2017 The majority of college students stress about paying for college. And it is no wonder. For the average public university student, tuition and associated costs rose by 2.4 percent (in-state) to 3.6 percent (out-of-state) from 2015-16 school year to the 2016-17. So naturally, more than social life or even concerns about… Read More


If you have ever tried to use the Internet to find college scholarships, you know that you have two choices: you can seek out each scholarship individually using Google or Bing, or you can use sites that compile information about scholarships into one place and allow you to search through them according to different search… Read More


All over the internet, it is not uncommon to see banners and link ads telling you that you might qualify for financial aid. At first glance, these ads can make it sound like the government or colleges will cover all your college expenses and basically give you a college education for free. But, when it… Read More


what you need to enroll at an online university

Here at ClassesAndCareers, we receive a lot of questions about what it takes to sign up for an online university. Fortunately, enrolling in online classes is not too different from enrolling at a traditional school. In some cases, they are much less picky about your qualifications to study at their school and you can start… Read More


Fortunately, for students heading off to college, or those that are currently enrolled, there are several different sources of money to choose from to cover the tuition, books, room and board and other costs of college. Does the students’ academic success depend on who pays for their college—be it themselves, parents, scholarship or financial aid?… Read More


It’s no secret that the dollar doesn’t go as far as it used to, which means luxuries must often go by the wayside. But what is considered a luxury? Prior to 2008 getting a college degree, for example, was as common for the middle class as going to high school. But now that the middle… Read More