Here’s one of the best gifts I received while planning for graduate school: the paperback “Getting What You Came For: The Smart Student’s Guide to Earning an M.A. or a Ph.D,” by Robert Peters. I recommend this book for anyone making a similar decision. Continue reading Book recommendation: “Getting What You Came For”
I’ve had plenty of time to browse the Internet while waiting for my semester to start. And as you can see, I’m still keeping tabs on the work of my former IndyStar colleagues! Here’s a roundup of 10 or so of my best finds to start your day:
It’s exciting to enter graduate school and return to college life again. But my first concern upon getting my acceptance letter was: Great, now how will I pay for it?
As an adult returning student, I have more options than I did as a teenager for paying for college — even though I’m leaving my full-time job. Below, I detail five methods I’m focusing on to make my finances work. I’ve followed those up with five more ways to pay for college as an adult returning student.
[August 2015 update: I take stock of how well I’ve been balancing income and expenses. TL;DR: I need to do more work.]