RegisterSign In
Q

Where can a low-income family get general education classes, or courses online and for how much?

1539 Views | Save to Account
Asked by TiffanyW2010 Tuesday Dec 21st 2010 in Financial Aid
A
  • answers
A Rating 0

Hi ,
Your solution is there please visit this link and get more info about the colleges , admissions, fees and more.
www.way2college.com/Alard-Group-of-Institutes.htm
All the best

was this answer helpful? yes no
A Rating 0

The available option for individuals in low-income situations are grower larger and more expansive everyday. Whether you are looking for online degrees, courses, or certification programs, there will be an affordable option.

Typically though, online courses will be your more affordable option; however, they usually do not transfer to institutions of higher education. So, you will want to be mindful of this if you are wanting to transfer those credits to a college or university.

Now, if you are looking for a cheaper way to earn your basics for college, then I suggestion would be to look into a community college. Community Colleges are a cheaper option for earning you basics, and the credits you earn with one of them will usually transfer. Just make sure it is a regionally accredited institution.

Also, you need to make sure that you have filled out your FASFA. This is the Free Application for Student Financial Assistance, and is the application that will help your school and the Federal Government determine the amount of aid you can receive.

So with all this said, there are an innumerable ways for low-income students get an education, but you are going to have to do the research. I would start by looking at possible online course options, or if you are looking at a college education, you might want to take a look at these online articles that cover Financial Aid.

was this answer helpful? yes no
  • related questions
Q
answer now

How can I get free distance education ?

Q
answer now

Do you offer an OSHA Ten Hour training course? If so, is it possible to obtain the OSHA ten hour training course online?

Q
answer now

I wanted to know about the reference of materials and subjects which you present on website ?

Q
answer now

Course - Drug, Solvent & Alcohol Abuse Counseling has 365 days to complete. Can I finish the course in less time if I work at it full time?

Ask your own question!

256 characters left