Sources Of Financial Aid

Jun 15, 2012

By Staff writer State Farm™ Employee

College is expensive. Fortunately, there are options to reduce the amount you pay.

The federal government or other organizations may pay part of your bill in the form of scholarships, grants, or financial aid.

Certain education loans will need to be paid back eventually, but they may let you borrow at a lower rate or interest or have a longer payback time than regular loans. Finally, you may need to work while going to school. Work-study programs and part-time jobs can help fund your education. And if you’re willing to join the military, the government may pay for all or part of your education. The following articles will help you explore these options.

Scholarships & Grants

Federal Student Aid

Loans

Work Options

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