Prepare an estimate college budget.
Consider what costs you will need to cover while in school. Keep in mind that your income may vary from month to month, and not all of your expenses will be the same each month.
It is not the best approach to pick a college based on if the price is right, but applicants should include cost as one of the key factors for considering college choices.
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EFC is an acronym for Expected Family Contribution.
You will receive an EFC value in your FAFSA result.
fafsa.ed.gov says “The Expected Family Contribution (EFC) is a measure of your family’s financial strength and is calculated according to a formula
How much will college cost you (and your family)?
It is not a simple price check. Read on to learn what factors affect the cost of your education and how you can strategically find a good fit for you and
Answer: Tuition & Fees. Books & Supplies. Room & Board. Transportation.
Question: What is your financial aid for?
Financial aid should ONLY to be used for college expenses.
Acceptable expenses fall into these categories :
tuition and fees