So, you want to further your education? Will you pursue a college degree or vocational certification? Which schools offer the programs you need? Is there a campus near you or can you complete it online? Will financial aid be an option? Whether you already have answers to these questions or you’ve just started your research, you’ve come to the right place. SchoolBound.com is here to help, so let’s get started!
Once you've figured out your area of interest and what kind of degree or certification you'll pursue, the next big question is how to pay for it. While higher education costs can seem prohibitive, the good news is that there are lots of options available to help you finance your academic pursuits.Read more
Some factors to consider before choosing a degree are expected entry pay, amount of education required and how quickly the job will grow. Here is a list of some of the fastest growing careers this year.Read more
According to a 2014 report by the National Center for Education Statistics, over 12 percent of college students are enrolled in a distance education course. Beyond that, over 13 percent of college students are taking some form of online classes. Online schools are an affordable and convenient way to earn your degree. Below explains how to find an accredited online school. Beware of Scams Be aware of any school that …Read more
There are many benefits from getting a college degree; the most obvious being better wages and less unemployment. One great example is someone with an associate degree earns more than $100 dollars more than someone with just a high school diploma. But did you know that there are also links between education and divorce rate? Or that people who go to college live longer? There is even data that suggests …Read more
Officials said they were concerned the writing requirement would pose an impediment to students from low-income families. Read More
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The average debt load is flattening out, a new analysis of federal loan data shows, but college isn’t getting cheaper. Many students are hitting their borrowing cap, and parents are filling the gap. Read More