Most people agree that education should be a priority for young people. As this next generation prepares to take that leap towards higher education, your wallet may be feeling queasy. Here are a few things to keep in mind.
1) Remember to have your kids look at scholarships! Even if you don’t feel that you are eligible, it’s important to still apply. You never know how many others have applied to that scholarship.
2) It’s really important to fill out FAFSA, a government form that assesses your finances. This document will allow colleges to see your financial needs.
3) In-state colleges are a money-saving option. Texas and other states offer lower tuition costs to residents of the state. With great education at a discount price, you can’t go wrong!
4) Student employment is often a good idea. Not only does it give the student valuable (and needed) experience, it also aids in the financial aid process.
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