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How to Find Scholarship Money to Help Pay for College

The best way to pay for college is with FREE money (money you don't have to pay back once you graduate). This comes in the form of scholarships and grants. There are many sources of scholarship money, and amounts can range from a few hundred dollars to the majority of your tuition. This post walks you through what you need to know about finding scholarships to pay for college. Read More

 

Do you have a story to tell?

Mid-Minnesota Federal Credit Union and Credit Union Student Choice want to hear from you and your experience with your private student education financing. Read More

 

What Rising Interest Rates Mean for You

In December 2016, the Federal Reserve raised its benchmark interest rate, and there is reason to believe the rate will increase again in the near future. So how does this affect you? Read More

 

A New Year and a New Look at Financial Wellness

New Year’s resolutions – many of us make them, a few will keep them, but many will fall to the wayside sooner than we’d like. If you’ve made a resolution to get your finances on track, we have some tips to help. And if you haven’t – why not add financial wellness to your list of goals for 2017? Read More

 

Tell us how Mid-Minnesota Federal Credit Union has helped you invest in your future!

Mid-Minnesota Federal Credit Union and Credit Union Student Choice want to hear from you and your experience with your private student loan. Read More

 

7 Steps to Completing the FAFSA

Filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a critical first step in the financial aid process. Uncover the 7 steps to getting it done! Read More

 

5 things to have next to you when completing the FAFSA

Completing your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the first major step in determining how you will pay for college. Before you begin you should gather the following required information to make sure you aren’t scrambling to find it once you file. Read More

 

Changes Come to the FAFSA This Month

You can now submit your FAFSA beginning October 1st of the prior school year. This means if you are attending college for the 2017-18 academic year (as a freshman or returning student), you can submit your FAFSA now! Read More

 

Paying Off Your Student Loans

Entering repayment for your student loans can be just as stressful and confusing as funding your college education in the first place. Check out our free webinar (on-demand) covering what you need to know about repayment! Read More

 

Last Minute Ways to Pay for College

If you’re headed to college this fall, you’ve likely received your tuition bill and the deadline to pay is quickly approaching. Here are a few suggestions for last minute ways to foot the bill if you’re sweating how to cover your costs. Read More

 
 
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