How to Relieve Stress In College

Tips for students to manage stress while taking college classes Although generally seen as a time of independence and growth, going back to school can be stressful. In fact, researchers recorded that 8 in 10 college students report high-stress levels. Some of the factors that induce stress during this period include finances, social adjustments, time management, and course material. With April being National Stress Awareness Month, it is an important time to remember the small measures we can take to reduce stress in this aspect of our lives. Keep reading to see what steps you can use both at school

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Understanding Your Financial Options when Paying for Training

Tuition Assistance: Keeping it Simple Applying for federal financial aid can be intimidating, to say the least; especially if it is your first time. Milwaukee Career College understands there can be a lot of questions you need answered and understanding how the process works can be vital to your success. We want to keep it simple and give you the tools you need to take the next step. Here are the first 5 steps to take to get you started. Understand FAFSA Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the form a college student is required to fill out

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7 Things to Know About Financial Aid for College

Updated December 1, 2022 Did you know that you may be eligible to receive financial aid for college through scholarships, grants, or loans? Many high school graduates and adults returning to school do not apply for financial aid either because they think they are ineligible or simply don’t understand what it is. Because so many students fail to file for FASFA, billions in student financial aid go unrewarded. In fact, $3.75 billion in Pell Grants was left unspoken for in 2021 due to a lack of completed FAFSA applications. Understanding financial aid options and opportunities may be daunting, but some

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