Financial aid award letters can make or break your ability ability to pay for college. But how do you make sense of them?

You know how much college can cost. But, did you know how much you can actually save? A few surprisingly easy tips can help you save an incredible amount of money.

So you know it’s important to apply for scholarships, but getting started can be daunting and downright confusing. Fortunately you can make the application process easier, and even increase your chances of winning a scholarship, with these tips.

Paying for a college education is increasingly an expensive endeavor. With sticker prices of top schools soaring over $200,000, figuring out how to pay for college is more important than ever.

Everyone I talk to wants to go to college for free. I mean, who wouldn’t? If you live in Indiana, I have good news for you.

What can you do when you have to pay for college entirely on your own? Here are 5 things you can do when your parents can’t help.

If you’re not applying to the right scholarships, the right way, then you’re leaving money on the table. But first, you need to find them.

Applying to scholarships takes time, but it’s an investment well worth the effort! Before you begin to apply for scholarships you’ll need to get a few things in order first.

Yes, tuition is high. Yes, the student debt crisis is real. No, that doesn’t mean you need to graduate “debt free.”

Adding up the cost of college? It’s more complicated than subtracting scholarships from tuition, unfortunately.