Thursday, June 6, 2019

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Exponential costs of higher education and the United States opportunity gap have turned a college degree into something of a luxury for many Americans. Guiding and motivating future college students through the process of preparing for higher education will help increase their chances graduating with a degree.  National Higher Education Day is designed to educate and inspire students.

National Higher Education Day is observed annually on June 6th.  African Dynamo is celebrating this year by advocating for higher education on instagram and facebook, where I'm ssharing my education level ups over the years, and my future academic goals.

With all that said, I wouldn't write an article like this without giving you all some resources, so here's a rundown of resources for scholarships and financial aid to help fund your college education.

Financial Aid

FAFSA stands for Free Application for Financial Student Aid. It is a federal aid program run by the United States Government that connects students to loans, grants, and work study programs. Most U.S. citizens, nationals, and even some eligible non-citizens can apply. Most funds are awarded on need based criteria, however, students can also receive a Stafford loan regardless of income. You can fill out the FAFSA 


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