How do I qualify for work-study?

How do I qualify for work-study?

To qualify for work-study, you must be a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen who demonstrates financial need, and be attending a participating school as a regular student. In order to apply, complete the FAFSA as early as possible. If… Continue Reading

Is there a student loan “bubble?” | IN 60 SECONDS

Is there a student loan “bubble?” | IN 60 SECONDS

Between 2007 and 2018, outstanding student debt is nearly tripled to $1.5 trillion, and many worry it’s the next financial bubble like the housing crisis of the 2000s. Observers are right to worry about a student debt bubble, but it’s… Continue Reading

Repaying student loans 2019/20

Repaying student loans 2019/20

Students will have to pay back anything they borrow, but how much they repay each month depends on their income, not how much they borrowed. They won’t have to repay their loan until they’ve finished or left their course and… Continue Reading

What types of employment qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness?

What types of employment qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness?

Employment that qualifies for forgiveness must be a job that requires at least 30 or more hours a week in a public service organization. Jobs that qualify provide specific public services, such as public education or public health, with employers… Continue Reading

Student Start-up Loan

Student Start-up Loan

If you get Youth Allowance, Austudy, or ABSTUDY living allowance, and study full-time at University, you may be eligible for the Student Start-up Loan. To get the loan you must meet certain study requirements; this includes things like study load,… Continue Reading

How To Find Student Accommodation!

How To Find Student Accommodation!

Once you have a place at college you’ll need to get accommodation sorted pretty quickly Here’s five tips to help you find it in record time Contact your college’s accommodation officer They can offer you options and advice so chat… Continue Reading