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How can I get college assistance and a plan?

I know what I would like to study and pursue, I just have no idea in what the first step to getting there is. #college #management #advice #language #planning #support #asl


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Frank’s Answer

Awesome question :-) First of all, figure out if you can identify a few colleges that you're potentially interested in attending. Then, contact the financial assistance office for those colleges and ask them about cost, scholarship, and assistance opportunities. There are many ways to qualify for scholarships and grants, but there are many students seeking them, too. So find out from the college's admissions or financial assistance office about the approach that will work best for them. Finally, for opportunities within the U.S., Chegg offers free assistance in locating colleges and scholarships, which may help. See Finding a School and Scholarships on our website to get started (free user registration is all that's required).


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Steve’s Answer

First speak to your High School Counselor who is there to assist you. The larger schools will have someone likely designated to help you with college choices and how to fund the same. Then visit colleges and determine where you would like to attend, a school where learning will be rewarding for you. There is always Sallie Mae and the Federal Un-Subsidized college loans where you can secure money (Sallie Mae may need a co-signer, like your parent) for a college loan. Obtain scholarships when ever possible and if you are in sports see if you can get a full ride (full scholarship) to that school.

Happy hunting....

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Steve’s Answer

First speak to your High School Counselor who is there to assist you. The larger schools will have someone likely designated to help you with college choices and how to fund the same. Then visit colleges and determine where you would like to attend, a school where learning will be rewarding for you. There is always Sallie Mae and the Federal Un-Subsidized college loans where you can secure money (Sallie Mae may need a co-signer, like your parent) for a college loan. Obtain scholarships when ever possible and if you are in sports see if you can get a full ride (full scholarship) to that school.

Happy hunting....

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