College Financial Aid Breakdown
Have you recently received your college financial aid package?
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Kim Kane, Director of Student Finance at Carrington College, explains:
Learning how to pay for college can be a confusing process, and trying to understand the different forms of financial aid when you’re balancing classes, tests and homework only causes more stress. To help you succeed, here’s a look at the differences between scholarships, grants and loans.
Use this infographic created by Carrington College to help you sort out your financial aid confusion:
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