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Many Students Need Financial Aid

We can educate you about getting the financial aid you qualify for and understand all your options. Most people are eligible for some kind of financial aid, regardless of income. Learn more about federal student aid options and how to start planning for your school payments.

Scholarships, grants, and loans are just some of the financial aid options available if you qualify.

Financial aid may make the difference between not going to college at all and starting your new life. In a recent year, 57% of students obtained federal grants, loans, and other benefits, based on information from the U.S. Education Department. That doesn’t include all the funding students find from state programs, institutional aid, and private financing. No matter what your financial situation is, there are funding options available.

There are many places to find financial aid for college. Look into all possible sources to make affording your education easier.
  • Federal: The federal government offers numerous grants and loans to all types of students. If you’re in the military, a veteran, or a millitary spouse, you may have access to additional federal military benefits.
  • State:  Many states offer financial aid in the form of grants, scholarships, and need-based assistance. When you talk to a financial planner, we’ll help you explore these options.
  • Institutional: Nonprofit institutions invest in you. Learn more about scholarships and affordable tuition payment plans.
  • Private: Lending companies, clubs and organizations, and businesses offer various levels of financial assistance to college students.

We can help you navigate the process.


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