Tag: summer session

Is a private student loan right for me?

July 17, 2017 | College Ave Student Loans
Photo of a notepad with writing on it. At the top in large letters it says, Is a private student loan right for me? Under that it has total direct costs of thirty-three thousand four hundred and eighty dollars. Under that Total Financial Aid with twenty thousand nine hundred and sixteen dollars. Under both of those is a box with Total amount I need twelve thousand five hundred sixty four dollars - that is highlighted.

Wondering whether you need a private student loan? Here are a few reasons why you might look beyond a federal student loan to finance your college costs.

Continue Reading
Photo of a notepad with writing on it. At the top in large letters it says, Is a private student loan right for me? Under that it has total direct costs of thirty-three thousand four hundred and eighty dollars. Under that Total Financial Aid with twenty thousand nine hundred and sixteen dollars. Under both of those is a box with Total amount I need twelve thousand five hundred sixty four dollars - that is highlighted.

How to Pay for a Summer Session

May 22, 2017 | College Ave Student Loans
Photo of College Ave Student Loans website on an iPad

Looking to take courses during the summer session but trying to figure out how to pay for it? Here are 5 ways to pay for a summer session.

Continue Reading
Photo of College Ave Student Loans website on an iPad

Top 7 Reasons to Take Summer Classes

Photo of a laptop around notebooks on a table near plants

For many college students, summer means a time of relaxation, but a summer session might be a better idea. Take a look at the top benefits of summer courses.

Continue Reading
Photo of a laptop around notebooks on a table near plants

Financial Considerations of a Summer Session

April 24, 2017 | College Ave Student Loans
Photo of a young woman taking notes on a desk or table that could be in a classroom or library

Planning to attend a summer session? Don’t forget to consider the financial aspects of a summer session.

Continue Reading
Photo of a young woman taking notes on a desk or table that could be in a classroom or library