Paying for College

ValuEd News Roundup: Paying for College Amid Rising Costs

With federal student loan interest rates set to rise this coming academic year, paying for college is becoming increasingly difficult—and many are wondering, “is it still worth it?” The answer, according to a recent analysis by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, is still a resounding “yes.” The study found that college graduates not …

ValuEd News Roundup: Paying for College Amid Rising Costs Read More »

ValuED News Roundup: What’s Being Done About Student Debt?

Twenty percent of American adults carry student loan debt. Are you one of them? According to a recent Urban Institute report, the amounts people are borrowing are increasing sharply. The trend isn’t exclusive to one particular demographic, either. Adults of all ages and backgrounds are coming out of school with tens of thousands of dollars …

ValuED News Roundup: What’s Being Done About Student Debt? Read More »

5 Ways to Make Returning to School More Affordable

It’s not shocking to recent graduates who find themselves swimming in student loan debt, nor is it news to those who are struggling to find enough money for their own or a family member’s tuition—the cost of higher education is increasing around the country. At the same time, public funding for higher education is declining. A …

5 Ways to Make Returning to School More Affordable Read More »

Financial Aid Part II: Scholarships

On a previous post, Mike covered the basics on how to apply for financial aid. In this post is a brief look at scholarships for graduate students. There are many scholarship links out there, so I’ll focus on one. Here’s the link to Colorado State University’s Student Financial Services scholarship webpage.

Scroll to Top