Did you know that when you take more than four years to graduate college it can cost you thousands, both in what you pay and what you lose from not having a job? So, taking 15 credits a semester (or 30 credits a year) saves you money and lets you
Are you about to decide where to go to college? Congratulations! But before you make your choice, make sure you know how much you will have to pay at each school by using our handy tool to compare your financial aid award letters.
Happy New Year! Start the new year off right by making sure you’re keeping track of your Monetary Award Program (MAP) credit hours. Access the ISAC Programs area to check the number of MAP Paid Credit Hours you have used. Complete information about how MAP Paid Credit Hours are tracked,
The 2018-19 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)—the application that determines your eligibility for most federal, and many state and college financial aid programs, is now available. If you are looking for financial aid for next year, you will want to fill it out as soon as possible, and
Video courtesy of Kathleen Cushman and Next Generation Press, from a set of materials entitled “FIRST IN THE FAMILY: Your College Years––advice about college from first-generation students.“