paying for graduate school
The latest news on paying for graduate school
Repayment help is available to students in fields from law to medicine.
Potential sources of financial support range from your boss to Uncle Sam.
The major difference is often not in what you pay, but how.
Trying for more aid before and after law school could save you thousands of dollars.
Starting in July 2012, graduate students will accrue interest on loans while in school.
If you need additional funding, try having an honest conversation with your top choice program.
Tools and campaigns may shed light on borrowing for school.
Current medical students can have their loans repaid in exchange for working in underserved areas.
Know what to do to increase your chances of getting accepted.
Medical school is expensive, but these resources can help make a dent in the cost.