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

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.

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

You can help pay for college with FAFSA, but the paperwork can be frustrating. Have these 7 things ready and you can complete your FAFSA application in no time!

Paying for college is hard enough, figuring out how much it will actually cost shouldn’t be a mystery. Here's what you need to know to calculate the actual cost.

With everything it takes to apply to college, why does it feel like you’re mostly just… waiting? Don’t let that downtime go to waste! Here are some of the worst of the application doldrums, and what you can do about them.

If you've ever applied to college, you'll instantly recognize these 10 moments everyone goes through. What, you thought you were the only one?

Confused about college? You’re not alone. The path is often winding and unclear. Here are 7 steps to help you get started and a list of resources to help you find the right school.