How do you fill your financial aid gap? | 08.30.11
If you’re like most students, federal aid may not cover your whole Cost of Attendance. Between tuition, books, housing, and all of the other expenses you face in college, federal financial aid can only stretch so far. To help fill the gap, students turn to a variety of sources to help them get to that diploma.
Some of the most common ways students pay for school include private loans, part-time jobs, and parental help, just to name a few. To learn more tips and tricks to help pay for school, check out the Fill the Gap infographic.
Now it’s your turn. We want to know how you pay for school. Did you get a private loan? Maybe saved up money since middle school?
Leave a comment and let us know how you pay for school!
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