costs are rising...
In today’s economy
it is more important than ever to get funding
You don’t want to end up with huge
school loans to pay off
after you graduate!You
have 3 choices of financial aid: scholarships; grants; loans. Scholarships
and grants don’t have to be paid back, but you have to pay off loans! Do your homework;
look into every possibility before taking on the debt of loans. Good sources
of financial aid information are your high school counselor or the college financial aid office.
Most sources of financial aid require you to have a FAFSA form (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) filled out.
MSCPA’s Education Foundation has scholarships available for high school and college students pursing accounting and the CPA Profession.
Listed below are websites and books you will find useful in your search for funds.
There is a good article about the rising cost of college today on msn.money:
COLLEGE COST CALCULATORS
Don’t wait to find out how much it will cost to attend
your favorite college/university, find out before you receive your letter of acceptance!
are a couple of links to college cost calculators:
College Board site: http://apps.collegeboard.com/fincalc/college_cost.jsp
FinAid Student Guide: http://www.finaid.org/calculators/costprojector.phtml
Here are a few sites for you to check out: