Peye pou kolèj

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Many students need assistance when paying for college

Many students need assistance when paying for college

Peye pou kolèj: how can I afford it?

Paying for college: how can I afford it?

Students think about paying for college before they start classes. Here are some ways you can pay for your education:

Students think about paying for college before they start classes. Here are some ways you can pay for your education:

Student loans

Student loans

Gen kèk elèv peye pou kolèj ak prè, swa nan gouvènman an oswa prè pwive. To apply for a loan from the government, you have to complete the FAFSA, which is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. When you apply for loans from the government, you have to repay them with interest. This means any money you borrow you have to pay back to the government, normally with extra money called interest. Private loans can sometimes have very high interest rates. Before you decide to take student loans, you should talk to a school counselor or someone who can help you and make sure you understand the loans.

Some students pay for college with loans, either from the government or private loans. To apply for a loan from the government, you have to complete the FAFSA, which is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. When you apply for loans from the government, you have to repay them with interest. This means any money you borrow you have to pay back to the government, normally with extra money called interest. Private loans can sometimes have very high interest rates. Before you decide to take student loans, you should talk to a school counselor or someone who can help you and make sure you understand the loans.

Sa se sit wèb gouvènman ofisyèl la pou delivre aplikasyon pou elèv èd Federal. For many students, this is the first place they look when paying for college. Elèv soti nan fanmi pa touche anpil lajan ki ka resevwa don oswa bous pou ede yo peye pou lekòl. Bòn FAFSA a trè konplike ak ki pa klè pou fanmi Ameriken ke refijye separe bay chak fanmi.

This is the official government website for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. For many students, this is the first place they look when paying for college. Students from low-income families can receive grants or scholarships to help them pay for school. Completing the FAFSA is very complicated and confusing for American families as well as refugee families.

Part-time work

Part-time work

Gen kèk elèv peye pou kolèj pa pral lekòl akou tan ak travay à. Youn le kon sa, schools will give students grants that allow them to work on campus and get paid from Federal Work Study funds. You can also find a part-time job that has flexible hours so that you can attend college. Sepandan, it can be very hard to go to college while you are working, especially if you have a family. When thinking about paying for college, think about this option after applying for scholarships and through FAFSA.

Some students pay for college by going to school part-time and working part-time. Sometimes, schools will give students grants that allow them to work on campus and get paid from Federal Work Study funds. You can also find a part-time job that has flexible hours so that you can attend college. However, it can be very hard to go to college while you are working, especially if you have a family. When thinking about paying for college, think about this option after applying for scholarships and through FAFSA.

Bous detid

Scholarships

The Refugee Center Online has a list of Bous detid pou refigye yo ak imigran. Sepandan, you can apply for any scholarships from your college, from local organizations, and from the state.

The Refugee Center Online has a list of Scholarships for refugees and immigrants. However, you can apply for any scholarships from your college, from local organizations, and from the state.

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