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1001 Ways to Pay for College: Practical Strategies To Make Any College Affordable
     

1001 Ways to Pay for College: Practical Strategies To Make Any College Affordable

by Gen Tanabe, Kelly Tanabe
 

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Completely revised with updated descriptions, contact information, websites, and available monies, this guide to financing higher education is the only resource students need to fund their pursuit of knowledge. Balancing detailed explanations with real-life examples and practical resources, the featured topics include finding and winning scholarships, requesting a

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Completely revised with updated descriptions, contact information, websites, and available monies, this guide to financing higher education is the only resource students need to fund their pursuit of knowledge. Balancing detailed explanations with real-life examples and practical resources, the featured topics include finding and winning scholarships, requesting a reassessment from colleges for more financial aid, maximizing assistance from state and federal governments, taking advantage of educational tax breaks, and benefiting from government-subsidized student loans. Creative strategies—such as starting profitable dorm-room enterprises, trading tuition costs for volunteer service, and canceling debts with loan repayment programs—help students find extra money when more traditional routes are exhausted. The provided tips are designed for students of all ages and levels and their parents.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781932662207
Publisher:
Supercollege, Llc
Publication date:
09/01/2007
Series:
1001 Ways to Pay for College Series
Pages:
512
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.30(d)

Meet the Author

Gen Tanabe and Kelly Tanabe are the authors of Get Free Cash for College, Get into Any College, How to Write a Winning Scholarship Essay, and Sallie Mae's How to Pay for College. They have been featured as college admissions experts in The New York Times and U.S. News and World Report. They live in Palo Alto, California.

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