Maturity involves being financially independent.
Everything you need to know about college and finances, including student loans.
The cost of higher education seems to be going up constantly.
There’s a pervasive myth out there that students aren’t very good with money.
The standard way of attending college or university has been to enroll in classes at a physical university where many other students are enrolled.
Being a freshman in a college is quite exciting. But going to college also brings in a bundle of responsibilities that can be overwhelming.
Being a student can be financially challenging. You have a lot of expenditures during this period but not much time to earn money.
When college-bound students and their parents begin saving for higher education, it is easy to assume that the only thing that needs to be paid for is the tuition, room, and board.
Student loans are part and parcel with the higher education experience these days, but they certainly need not be a lifelong burden.