It may feel daunting for high school seniors to think about applying to college right now. Many are just trying to stay engaged in virtual classrooms and make it to graduation. Some may have a parent who lost their job and feel that college is just not possible right now.
Have an NC 529 Plan for a soon-to-be high school graduate? This is an exciting—and busy!—time for your family. Now is the time to be sure the money you’ve saved can be used for your grad’s college education. Don’t stress, we’re here to help!
College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC) is excited to announce the launch of its completely revamped website. In addition to a sleek new look and feel, the new website also features personalized dashboards for users, easier navigation, updated college search tools, a customizable scholarship search, and more to help local students as they plan, apply, and pay for college. It’s the next generation of CFNC for the next generation of students!
Career planning guidelines for high school seniors, college students, and soon-to-be graduates to make sure you hit the ground running once you get a diploma.
There are many benefits to attending community colleges and trade schools. It’s important not to forget a valuable and affordable option.
How do you pay for college if you have no money? There are many options available to help you pay for college expenses and make your dreams within your reach!
Once you’re accepted into college, one of the most pressing issues is how you’re going to pay for it. Here are a few easy scholarships that you definitely don’t want to miss.
We’re here to fill both seniors and parents in on what they need to know when it comes to applying for school. The process includes residency, the FAFSA form, and college applications.
While a 529 plan is one of the most efficient and effective ways for families to save for school, many parents don’t know how to choose the right 529 plan.
NC Countdown to College is a month-long initiative to increase the number of students who pursue post-secondary education by assisting high school seniors with the college admissions process (residence, FAFSA, and applications) and ensuring that each participating student submits at least one admissions application.