College & Financial Aid
The following link offers an analysis of 752 public and private colleges in the United States. The analysis includes information about each school’s risk-reward factor, which is the average student loan debt per graduate (risk), and the average early career pay, or the median salary for alumni with 0-5 years of experience (reward). The chart allows you to use a search function to find a specific school, or to search for rankings in a specific state.
The following site offers career guides that are organized by 'best career by major'
The following site is a powerpoint that explains the process of creating and using your FSA ID
Students and parents can use the following link to calculate the cost of student loan debt, as well as to calculate the potential long term savings of reducing the amount of student loans used to pay for college.
The following informative guide was created to educate families on the risks and costs of using private educational loans.
Please use the following link to access a database that can connect students with more than 20,000 free-to-apply, sort able scholarships based on: Location, Major, GPA, Ethnicity, and other criteria:
Online vs. Traditional: What to Expect From an Online Bachelor's Degree Program:
The following link is a comprehensive resource to assist with college planning.