Updates to Financial Aid and Student Loans

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COVID-19

In light of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, and the uncertainty surrounding students at this time, we put together several resources to help students in need.

Whether you are struggling to find housing, lost your job, or were forced to drop classes due to online learning, we've done all the research for you. 

We know everyone is struggling to understand this new normal we find ourselves in and hope these resources provide some guidance and comfort while you find your way through it.

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced American students to leave campus, take classes online, drop courses, and in some cases, lose their jobs due to nationwide closures.

It can be frustrating to go through the FAFSA® process only to get your financial aid award letter and find out it’s not enough to cover what you need for school.

We're updating this page as we receive more information. Check back often for updates and answers to your questions.

If you're wondering how you should use your stimulus check, we have some ideas on how you can best spend (or save) that money.

To help keep enrollment up and hopefully keep their institutions funded, the higher education system is having to get creative when it comes to attracting students both domestically and internationally. 

As many colleges and universities across the country begin to close their campuses because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many students are left struggling to make other arrangements. 

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The job market has survived situations like this before. We’ve done some research on the most recent economic recession, which began in December of 2007, and how it affected employment for college graduates.

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, having a work from home job was a highly sought after dream for many. The idea of not having to get ready, take a long commute, and being able to get more done around the house seemed like the ideal life.

From small businesses to large corporations, many students and employees have suffered loss of work or reduced hours due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Resources for low-income students to help them navigate the world of online classes during the COVID-19 pandemic. Includes options for Free Wifi providers, Free or Low priced laptops for low-income families and other tips & tricks.

Once the indicated schools have this information, you might be able to check your financial aid status by logging into your student portal.

You may be able to cancel your student loan if your school closes its doors. Whether you can cancel your loan depends on the type of loan you have and your personal circumstances.

If you’ve ever taken a class online, you know how important time management is. If you find yourself struggling with managing your time and falling behind in class, there are some things you can do to get back on track.

E-learning and online classes are growing in popularity. Students who have only operated in traditional classrooms might find the adjustment to online learning difficult.

As many colleges and universities across the country begin to close their campuses because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many students are left struggling to make other arrangements. 

Employment Benefits & Work From Home Resources for Working Students

How Do I Transition to Online Classes

Can I Still Receive Financial Aid for Online Classes?

How Will COVID-19 Impact my Student Loans

Latest COVID-19 News

Roughly 1.5 million US college students fill internships each year. But, in light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, these students are in limbo, with some internships being canceled and others left hanging in the balance. 

As the stimulus package sits waiting to be approved, we break down what the package means for your student loan and interest payments. 

If you're wondering how you should use your stimulus check, we have some ideas on how you can best spend (or save) that money.