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5 Ways to Cover College Costs

24 July 2013 133 views One Comment

Whether you’re a soon-to-be freshman or second semester senior, it is never easy to figure out how to cover the costs of college. With tuition and hidden fees averaging out to about $40,000 per year, many of you are still wondering how your family is expected to pay for $35,000 of your education, even after having received your Student Aid Report (SAR) three months ago. To help you out in your pursuit of a college degree, here are 5 ideas for paying for college when FAFSA comes up short.

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One Response to “5 Ways to Cover College Costs”

  1. Minelba says on July 26, 2013 at 10:21 am:

    Hello, how you are doing well

    i need some advising with financial aid. They require me to prove my parents residence in NJ with a drivers license however they do not have these how do i go about doing that ?? should i send my drivers licence?

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