Earning an online degree might be convenient, but paying for it can be just as tricky as funding a traditional degree. Use our tips and guides to help you navigate student loans, grants, scholarships, and more.
Paying for Online Education
New online programs feature courses from top-ranked universities.
Investment in technology and faculty training can make online ed expensive for schools and students.
Know the ins and outs of degree finances before you commit.
Online learners can find scholarship opportunities from various sources.
Students may be able to earn credit for what they already know.
Some grads say employers had no issues with their online degrees.
Understand each component you could use to pay for college.
High rates at some of the best known for-profits could forecast financial woes for future students.