Last updated: April 9, 2013 by Susan
For many African Americans, education is the only valid passport out of poverty but money plays a big role in decisions about where – or whether – to go to college. Lack of fund is often the primary reason why black students ain’t making it into college.
Last updated: February 15, 2013 by Susan
When it’s time to pay for college, few students could afford without some form of education financing. Even for those who do receive student aid, the amount, in reality, is far less than “what is needed”.
Last updated: February 21, 2013 by Susan
Whether you’re starting your degree or a single mother returning to school, FAFSA is your ticket to every kind of financial aid, including scholarships, PELL grants as well as student loans.
Last updated: March 13, 2013 by Susan
At a time when a college degree is more important than ever before and with the steep rise in the cost of college, few could afford the price tag on a post-secondary education. Let alone single mothers who are struggling to “make ends meet” on a shoestring budget.
Last updated: February 14, 2013 by Susan
The Pell Grant program is the America’s largest student aid program. It provides grants of up to $5,550 to the nation neediest students to attend college. This need-based grant offers one way for single mothers of limited means to “go back to school” and be re-educated.
Last updated: March 15, 2013 by Susan
With little finances at their disposal, single mothers need assistance if they are to pay for school. That is why FREE scholarships are available for “moms returning to school”.