The number one “no-no” in college enrollment is procrastination. Students who apply to college late, and apply for financial aid late tend to end up with significantly more debt than students who complete their applications on time.
Did you know that the average student loan payment for students between the ages of 20 – 30 is $351 per month? That means that nearly 18% of the average college graduate’s after-tax income is going towards paying off student loans each month!
If you’re a parent, chances are your laundry list of things to worry about began the day you held your newborn baby for the first time. How will I keep this tiny being alive? How can I protect her from the dangers and evils in this world? Will we be able to afford to send her to college?
Post Secondary Enrollment Option (PSEO) is a program that allows High School students to take college-level courses and recieve college credits while still in High School. This amazing program is open to any Minnesota State High School student who is in 10th - 12th grade. Some of you out there may already know about this, but you may not have found out just what it can do for you. Now is the time to find out how you can kickstart your Christian education and save money on college tuition.
Matt Myrick, Oak Hills Christian College admissions counselor has some great advice for Christian students looking for financial aid. Watch this blog for more information on filling out the FAFSA, finding government based aid, and applying specifically for Christian college grants. For now, follow these three tips to get the Christian college scholarship process started.