Can I Afford Online School?

Last updated on November 15, 2017

The fear of additional bills keeps many people from furthering their education. In the long run, however, earning a degree that helps you secure a job or a promotion will more than pay for itself. Furthermore, tuition assistance is available from the government, schools, and private groups.

When you apply to an online university, they will probably require you to fill out the FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. This form will assess your financial aid and will help your school to determine how it might offer assistance.

You may be offered scholarships or interest-free student loans. Some schools also offer work study options. If your school has a physical campus, then you could secure a part-time campus job to help pay for your studies.