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Financial Aid Options for Continuing Education

how best to finance continuing education

As continuing-ed student going to school less than half time, you will not qualify for federal aid assistance. You best options are available below:

Aid Options:

  1. Private Student Loans:
    you can borrow up to $30,000 each academic year and defer repayments until after you complete your program

    (Note: the terms of deferral of Continuing Education loans varies with program type)

    jump to private student loan information for continuing-ed

  2. Scholarships:
    some continuing-ed programs may qualify for scholarship money. It wouldn't hurt to do a search: view information

  3. The Banker Home Equity Line of Credit (BLOC):
    if you own a home with some equity value, you can borrow against your home equity to pay for education costs. Use the your credit line as your money account. You must have working income for the program to work: view the BLOC product demo

  4. Other College Financial Aid:
    view other financial aid options that may be available: see summary of financial aid option
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