College Admissions Assistance
April 10, 2017
on College Admissions Assistance
When you're wanting to go back to college or enroll for the first time, you're alone. There are millions of individuals who didn't go to college after
Is a Credit Card Right for Students?
February 15, 2017
on Is a Credit Card Right for Students?
You've decided to get a higher education. You've taken the time to research what school you want to attend, what subjects you want to take, what career you
FAFSA and Other Financial Aid Applications
December 20, 2016
The financial aid information provided on the form will automatically be sent to the school(s) listed on the FAFSA and to KHEAA. The best way to obtain
FAQ about Financial Aid for Students
November 4, 2016
on FAQ about Financial Aid for Students
Q.How is financial aid awarded? A. It's awarded by financial need (need-based aid) or on academic achievement, athletics, or other talents (merit-based aid).
Are you a Dependent or Independent student?
October 21, 2016
One of the more important questions about financial aid is whether you're considered a dependent or independent student. Here are the criteria the federal
Types of Schools
September 10, 2016
It's decision time! Your choices are almost limitless, but deciding what's best for you can be a difficult task. Ask yourself some questions. Do I want to
How to plan a career and education
August 30, 2016
Choosing a career can be difficult, but by figuring out what you most enjoy and what skills and abilities you have, you'll get a better idea of the careers in
Student Planner Timeline
August 8, 2016
Do you think about getting into college? Regardless whether that decision was already made or lies years ahead, you are welcome to browse through the Planner
Tech school, community college, private college, or university?
July 23, 2016
Tech school, community college, private college, or university? Which would be best for me? Again, talk with your parents, guidance counselor, or anyone in
Prepare for College
July 2, 2016
Education once you've completed high school may be as little or as much as you like. Trade school, technical school, and 2- or 4-year college degrees are just