April, besides being tax time, is National Financial Literacy Month. For families with a high school senior, it’s also when college acceptances (congratulations!) and financial aid notifications are arriving.
Blog Archive: Preparing for College Costs
Attention all you Vermonters who are saving for college: Don’t forget to take your Vermont income tax credit when you fill out your taxes. Your contributions made during 2016 into the Vermont Higher Education Investment Plan can cut your tax bill.
Take the stress out of the college search and financial aid with College Pathways.
Do you have March 3 marked on your calendar? Because that’s the final deadline to apply for VSAC-assisted scholarships.
From friends, family, and teachers to movies, myth, and legend—there’s no shortage of info about what college is supposed to look like, feel like, and be like. Still, lots of Vermont high school students say you just don’t know what’s ahead.
Did you know that if you’re a Vermont resident enrolled in or planning to attend college or training in 2017-2018, you may be eligible for one of three Vermont state grants to help pay the way?
Vermonters will need to continue their education after high school if they are to be qualified for the majority of careers in Vermont’s new economy. There are financial resources available to help you cover the costs of your education.
VSAC has released its annual booklet, Scholarships for Vermonters, the ultimate guide to learn more about available scholarships and how to apply for them.
VSAC administers 168 different programs worth over $5 million each year.