One of the main questions students enrolled in any degree program have about financial aid, especially student loans, is whether there will be any changes to the programs and if those will impact them—either during school or later when they ... See More
Are you considering a career in academic dentistry, but have concerns that your student loan debt is too high and an academic dentistry salary may not be high enough to meet your career and repayment objectives? Public Service Loan Forgiveness may be the right choice. Paul Garrard, M.B.A., ADEA Consultant and Senior Advisor for Student Financial Services, has two important things for you to remember that may help.
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Health professions advisors: make sure you are prepared to answer all the financial aid questions your predental students ask. ... See More
The cost of applying to dental school includes more than just the application and DAT fees. When applying, it’s important to consider the initial costs as well as the traveling expenses you will incur if you are invited for an interview. ... See More
Okay, you just got back to school and already you are thinking about going to dental school after you graduate. So now what? Is there anything you should be doing now? You bet there is Be sure to work closely ... See More
One of the most important things you can do with your student loans, not only as a responsible borrower, but also to help protect and build your credit, is to be sure to keep them in “Good Standing”. ... See More
Paul Garrard gives an overview of the differences between federal and private loans and explains recent updates to federal loans. ... See More