Now in its ninth edition, How America Pays for College 2016, a national study by Sallie Mae and Ipsos, is an annual report that looks at undergraduate families’ attitudes toward college, how much they spent, and the sources they used to pay for it.
May 2 is National Decision Day, with our free college planning tools, you can ease some of your stress and celebrate your choice of school and future plans.
To break the financial aid award letter code, Sallie Mae — the nation’s saving, planning, and paying for college company — recommends the following tips in the infographic below. See SallieMae.com/AwardLetters for more information about paying for college.
How America Pays for College 2013” is a national study released by Sallie Mae that gives us a look college costs and who’s paying. In addition, the report indicates that 85% of parents believe that a college education is a smart investment. As you plan your college visits, be sure to go prepared with a list of questions about financial aid and scholarships. Infographic – click to enlarge Explore the...