At a crucial time when students must make decisions regarding which college to attend, many are forced to face the financial reality of their educational goals. In many cases, students are forced to lower their expectations or choose career paths that they hadn't intended because of limited funds to pursue a college education.A 2013 study conducted by Sallie Mae and Gallup found that while 70% of parents say a college degree is more important than ever in this economic climate, half of the families polled admitted they have no plan for how they'll pay for it . When the dream of attending college is set, it is important now more than ever to have a road map to achieving that dream. By searching for additional funding, students can pursue a college education without incurring overwhelming debt.Despite the skyrocketing cost of college, it can still be made affordable. There are many options to help you achieve the dream of completing college and ways to make many choices fit your fin...
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