Will the government cover my college tuition?

Answer It depends. You have to fill out a FAFSA and they'll tell you how much they'll give to you. You might get enough with grants or you might need to get loans as well. It's all depending on your fi... Read More »

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What is the most cost effective way to cover $25,000 per year in college tuition with good credit?

Jellybeanchick is right - welcome to the world of 2008 college financing.Once upon a time, not all that long ago, there was a robust market for what are known as "private" or "alternative" loans. T... Read More »

What exactly does the government PELL grant for college students cover ?

It depends on how much you get. Some only get a few hundred dollars, which goes towards your tuition and fees. Some people qualify for the full amount (4,731 a year) and this can be used to pay m... Read More »

Does the pell grant cover all tuition?

On One Hand: Using a Pell Grant to Pay Tuition ExpensesWhether or not a Pell Grant will cover tuition depends on (1) your eligibility for the grant, (2) the amount awarded to you, (3) whether your ... Read More »

If my EFC is 0, will the federal(state) financial aid cover all of my tuition?

No.An EFC score of zero tells you two certain things - that your financial aid application classifies you as a student who demonstrates "exceptional need", and that you will qualify for at least on... Read More »