A guide to sources of both unconventional and ordinary financial help for both unconventional and ordinary college students.
***!!!SIX BILLION DOLLARS!!!***
that's how much money goes unclaimed every year. Over $6,000,000,000 in scholarships, grants, loans, fellowships, and unused corporate reimbursement plans that could have gone to help needy students.
How can this be--especially now, when an education is costlier than ever? Simple--few of the sources are advertised, and few students even know they exist. "Finding Money for College" makes it easy, putting together all of the information you need to finance just about any kind of education: undergraduate, graduate, technical or vocational, full time, part time, on campus, even home study. You don't have to be a straight-A student, a football star, or even very needy. You just need this book--with its hundreds of listings, complete with names, addresses, dollar amounts, and clear instructions on how to find literally thousands more sources of ready cash.
Special new sections cover grants based on gender, race or ethnic background, religion, and physical disability.
. . . AND THERE'S MORE
"Finding Money for College" not only covers all of the conventional strategies (Guaranteed Student Loans, Pell Grants, the G. I. Bill, etc.); It's also packed with chapter after chapter of unconventional approaches, from barter to legal tax dodges to entrepreneurial strategies to tips on bargaining your way to a lower tuition (more common than schools want you to know). This complete and creative sourcebook is an absulute necessity for high-school seniors, undergrads, graduate students, professionals, and adult learners, and anyone else concerned with finding money for college.
The book is in excellent condition with no writing on the pages.
The pages are bright; they were never white, but a kind of creamy color that is easy on the eyes.
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