College Foundation Of North Carolina Coverage
How COVID-19 is affecting school loans, financing and the college application process
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, many undergraduate and graduate students are left wondering how the college loan and application process will be affected going forward. While it may be too soon to fully know, there are still plenty of low-interest options for financial aid.
Babies compete for college savings account at UNC game, but then one stopped to wave at Rameses
Lleyton Webb of Hillsborough won the $529 grand prize, which will be contributed to an NC 529 Account. College Foundation Inc. sponsored the Diapers to Dorms Dash to promote the college savings accounts.
Don't Get Hooked: 7 red flags that a college 'scholarship' offer is actually a scam
As high school seniors and their parents weigh those college options and acceptances, they might be excited, but they also could be vulnerable, especially if they're wondering how they'll be able to pay for it all.
Did you just give birth? Congratulations! Now start the college fund
There's a way to put a dent in college costs - socking away money for college in a fund designed for that purpose. And when you start very early - when your kids are infants - even small contributions can add up to a lot.
Diapers to Dorms Dash: Sign your baby up to compete for college cash
NC 529 Savings Plan is once again hosting a contest on social media to find four babies to be featured at the Diapers to Dorms Dash during the NC Central vs. A&T State University football game at 2 p.m., Nov. 17, in Durham.
College application fee waivers extended through Nov. 16 for counties impacted by Hurricane Florence
College-bound students in North Carolina counties hit hard by Hurricane Florence will have an entire month to turn in their applications - and still take advantage of an application fee waiver offered by many N.C. colleges and universities.
College price tag: 5 things to know about applying for, evaluating federal financial aid
About now, countless households across the Triangle are in the process of making a big decision: Where will their high school senior head to college next year? And, for most, money will be top of mind.