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Thinking Of Going Back To School? If So, You Should Read This

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Are you thinking of going back to school, but you're not exactly sure where to start? Well, for starters you should apply for a school grant. Grants are being given out to qualified students across the country that want to go back to school and improve their lives. You can get up to $5,920 and you can use it for whatever you need that'll help with your school situation whether its tuition, books, housing, childcare, etc.

Is This A Loan?

No, it's not a loan, it's a grant which means that you don't have to pay anything back, it's yours to keep! You don't have to deal with the burden of a student loan which can keep newly graduated students in debt for some time.

Why Don't More People Take Advantage?

A lot of people simply have no idea that they can even qualify for these grants but if you make less than $80,000 per year, you may be eligible to receive a grant to go to college in 2017. Use the free tool below to figure out your plans of going to school and to improve your situation:

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ClassesUSA is dedicated to matching you with schools and degrees to meet your education goals and objectives. We will connect you with admissions representatives who will help determine if you qualify for financial aid, as well as match you with programs of your choosing.

Median earnings of bachelor's degree recipients working full-time year-round are $27,000 more than median earnings of high school graduates.Source: http://bls.gov/news.release/pdf/wkyeng.pdf

*Undergraduate students who are in need financially and have not earned a bachelor's degree can earn up to $5,920 (2017-2018 award year). Source: https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/types/grants-scholarships/pell?

**According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics data, in 2013 persons with a bachelor's degree earned a median salary 80% higher than those with only a high school degree. Source: http://bls.gov/news.release/pdf/wkyeng.pdf

You're losing up to $8,500 every year you don't go back to school. Study based on entry-level play shows that an earner with high school degree only earned $350/week vs $515/wk for an earner with a bachelor's degree. Source: http://bls.gov/news.release/pdf/wkyeng.pdf

Workers with a bachelor's degree earned $521 more a week (or $27,000/year) than workers whose highest level of education is a high school diploma. Source: http://bls.gov/news.release/pdf/wkyeng.pdf

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