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Financial Help Options in Getting a College Degree

by MOMMY RUBY
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My mom and dad always told me that education is the only inheritance they can give. They are not wealthy people, but they will try to support me until I graduate. They believed I would have better life chances if I had a degree. So, they sent me to a private school and then to college. I can see how they struggled financially to send me to school. I am best friends with Promissory Note.

The financial struggle in sending students to school is still there, but many options are already available to elevate the situation. Some options are hard to come by while others are easy, but it comes with heavier financial responsibility. All are good options, but you must know what’s best for you.

Here are several options that can help you financially to get yourself through college:

  1. Scholarship

A scholarship is one of the best options to get a college degree, but this is not the easiest. Only students with academic achievements, extracurricular activities, excellence in their field of study, and more can get scholarships. So if you are not academically inclined, this is not the way.

  1. Grants

While scholarships are for academically excellent students, grants are for financially needy students. It doesn’t necessarily require excellent grades but just above average to continue your degree with no problem, plus you can’t afford to go to school. So if you are financially in need, this is an option.

  1. Student Assistant Program

These can be called differently in other countries, but in the college I attended, they call it Student Assistant Program. You will be assigned to assist in a particular department at your school. In return, the school will cover the cost of your schooling. You may not graduate on time, but you will have no problem with your financial obligations at school. So if time is not a problem for you, this option is excellent. You will get job experience and a degree at the same time.

  1. Student Loans

Student loans are the easiest to get. The requirements are often few, and they are readily available, thus making them accessible to many people. Unlike scholarships and grants, student loans are future financial obligations. It frees you from the financial burden now, but it will become a financial responsibility when you are working in the future. There are two types of student loans. One is provided by the federal government, while the other is by private institutions. As I mentioned, many student loans are available, but which is the best? To find out, click here.

In advanced countries like South Korea, the United States of America, and even Europe, student loans are readily accessible. You need to pick the right one for you. In the Philipines, however, student loans are hard to get because the process is long with many requirements. Here is a list of student loans in the Philippines.

If you are in the Philipines, government and private institutions offer scholarships and grants to deserving students, whether they are academically excellent or financially in need. Schools offer scholarships, too.

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