Tag: Planning for college
Bank of North Dakota (BND) is going virtual this fall. It has partnered with Dakota Association for College Admission Counseling – North Dakota Council (DACAC) to offer a convenient, one-stop location for career and college planning resources. Students in grades 7-12 and their families can use the new Career Compass site to access the following: Read More
The goal of College Application Month is to increase the number of first-generation and low-income students pursuing a college degree or other higher education credential.
Known by many as “the FAFSA,” the Free Application for Federal Student Aid is a form completed annually by students planning to attend college for both undergraduate and graduate courses. Colleges use the FAFSA information to determine the student’s eligibility for student financial aid. Student financial aid could include grants, scholarships, work-study programs and student Read More
The FAFSA can be completed in about 30 minutes if you know what to expect and have the information you need at your fingertips. We’ve created a series of short videos to explain different aspects of student financial aid and common areas where people have questions in completing the FAFSA. Overview of the financial aid Read More
You’ve got questions, and BND’s Staci and Amanda have answers – college-related ones. Check out their series “Ask Staci and Amanda” live every Tuesday, typically at 2:30 p.m., on BND’s Facebook page. They, along with featured guests, discuss a variety of higher education and career-related topics. Join the conversation and post your questions in the Read More