Paying for College Fincap Fridays

FinCap Friday: Tuition, Fees, & Books, Oh My!

While the amount of money for college may seem overwhelming, there are many ways to lower the price through scholarships and aid. You can pay the rest with loans and any money you have saved up from high school.

FinCap Friday: Show Me the Money!

Many college grads end up with a job as a retail employee and such, so is college really worth it? Yes, college graduates make over $400,000 more than people without, proof of the benefit a college education can provide.

FinCap Friday: And The Award Goes To...

If you decide to go to college and apply for financial aid, you will receive a financial aid award letter. This letter will tell you exactly how much aid you will be getting and help you figure out how much money you will spend on college.

FinCap Friday: Be Fast with the FAFSA

To get financial aid for college, you need to file for the FAFSA. Grants, loans, and work study are offered at a first come first served basis, so it is better to file for the FAFSA as soon as possible.

FinCap Friday: FAFSA in the Fall

The number of FAFSA applications being submitted yearly has declined steadily. This year that trend continued to due to the pandemic, but many experts are saying that families shouldn't be too quick to give up on FAFSA!