As prospective students complete their college applications, the next question becomes: How to pay? OnlineColleges.com clarifies options.
Foster City, CA – October 30, 2019 – OnlineColleges.com, an online resource that helps students find schools and programs tailored to their needs, has just published timely information on federal and state financial aid resources.
Highlights of important information include:
- Chief differences between federal and state financial aid
- Guidance on how to apply for federal financial aid
- An overview of state financial aid and how to see what’s available in each state
- Advice on where to look for different kinds of state financial aid
“Students may also want to explore tuition exchange and reciprocation agreements between their state and neighboring states,” advises Ian Sentelik, managing editor for OnlineColleges.com. “Many states have agreements with neighboring states that allow students to attend school across the border without shouldering full out-of-state costs.”
Please find the entire report here: https://www.onlinecolleges.com/how-to-pay/financial-aid/difference-between-federal-and-state-financial-aid.html
Ian Sentelik, spokesperson for OnlineColleges.com, is available to discuss how students and their parents can best research financial aid resources.
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