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Alternatives to Student Loans

Student loans are not the only way to pay for college. You will learn the different resources available to help you pay for college without going into debt.

Lower the Cost of Your Tuition
Most people do not stop to consider the cost of the college they attend. Instead they look for ways to finance that education. It is your responsibility to find a school you can afford. Learn what to look for so you can afford school.

You Don't Have to Borrow Money to Pay for College
Student loan debt adds up quickly, and it can limit the choices you have once you graduate. Learn six things you can do to avoid borrowing money to pay for school.

Tuition Assistance
Consider taking advantage of your employer's willingness to help you to attend college. Learn what to expect and how to apply for the program.

Should I Apply for a Pell Grant?
A Pell Grant can help you pay for college. Since it is a grant, you do not need to pay it back. The Pell Grant is a good option for all students since it is based on income instead of grades.

7 Alternative Ways to Pay for College
Learn seven alternatives to taking out student loans. These suggestions offer ways to save money, as well as places to find it.

Tips and Stories of College Jobs
Many people work in college. There are good college jobs and bad college jobs. Share your stories about your job in college. Share the best or the worst moments about your college job.

Programs to Help You Pay for College
These programs can help you pay for your tuition or pay off your student loans. They also offer you experience for your resume and valuable job experience. Learn how these programs can help you.

Book Review "Debt Free U"
This book will help you find alternatives to student loans, and takes a serious look at whether or not you need to attend a private school to get a good college education.

Take Advantage of Your Tuition Reimbursement Programs
Tuition reimbursement is a great way to pay for your college education. When you are finished with your degree you will have work experience and a degree, which can give you an advantage when you are looking for a new job.

Can I Pay for College Without Working?
Juggling classes, work, and a social life can be tricky. If you cannot seem to make it work, you may want to look at these alternatives to help you pay for school.

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