Tuition Payment Plans
A tuition payment plan or installment plan splits your bill into equal payments, usually for a small fee. Find out if a tuition payment plan is right for you.
Educational investments provide students with money to pay for college in exchange for a percentage of their income after graduation. Learn about using educational investments to pay for college.
Peer-to-Peer Student Loans
Find out more about peer-to-peer student loans, which let you borrow from friends, family, or many individuals instead of big banks, other financial institutions, or government agencies.
Asking Friends and Family for Money
Asking friends and family for money to pay for college can be awkward. Learn tips that can reduce or eliminate the embarrassment of asking for money.
Crowdfunding for College
Learn more about crowdfunding, which involves getting small donations from many people to help pay for college or repay your student loans.
Pros and Cons of Borrowing from a 401k Retirement Plan to Pay for College
Find out why students and parents should or should not borrow from a 401k retirement plan to finance a college education.
Should You Pay Tuition with a Credit Card? It Depends (But Probably Not)
Paying tuition with a credit card might be tempting, but swiping can come with a catch. Look out for these drawbacks before pulling out that card!