內容簡介 YES COLLEGE IS POSSIBLE Even if you're broke Fact: By the year 2020, an estimated 35 percent of jobs will require a bachelor's degree, minimum. Fact: Today, the average undergraduate student and their parents spend more than $24K for college every two semesters. Fact: That amount keeps rising. In How to Pay for College When You're Broke, college financial aid expert Jessica L. Brown reveals a variety of choices for post-secondary education and provides students and families detailed information on the best financial aid options to fund it: Financial Planning, FAFSA, Scholarships, Federal Private Student Loans, How to Choose the Best Financial Aid Award Offer, Repayment Options, and much more In addition, Brown helps you to avoid costly mistakes and scams, and she delivers strategies for post-college financial success.Are you wary you'll find this book packed with financial and legal speak? No worries Brown simplifies it all. She also shows you exactly where and how to apply for student aid . . . as if she's working right beside you and answering your questions each step of the way. As a financial aid administrator at multiple post-secondary institutions, Jessica Brown has assisted thousands of students and parents guardians to successfully navigate the seas of financial aid.Jessica is founder of College Gurl and www.collegegurl.com. Her mission is to ensure that students and their parents guardians can confidently make the best-informed decisions for the students' college education.
作者介紹 As a financial aid administrator at multiple post-secondary institutions, Jessica L. Brown has assisted students, parents, and guardians to successfully navigate the seas of financial aid. Her exhaustive knowledge and understanding of both college financing opportunities and financing pitfalls has benefitted countless individuals around the world. Now founder and CEO of College Gurl, Jessica has expanded her reach to a larger audience through www.collegegurl.com, an online resource to increase financial literacy among post-secondary students and their families. In addition, she is National Spokesperson of College Financing for the dfree(R) Financial Freedom Movement. dfree(R) is a transformational lifestyle movement that promotes financial freedom through values-based principles and practical approaches to financial management. Jessica's mission is to ensure that students have a secure financial future after graduation and that parents guardians are well informed about the programs, policies, and strategies that result in making the best-informed decisions around their children's college education. Additionally, she is releasing her first book in September entitled How to Pay for College When You're Broke. Jessica received a Bachelors of Arts in Broadcast Journalism from Howard University's John H Johnson School of Communications and Masters of Science Management from Strayer University. Contact Jessica Brown via www.collegegurl.com.