Paying for a Bachelor's Degree | JCTC

Paying for a Bachelor's Degree

Most people pay for a Bachelor's Degree with a combination of federal financial aid, loans, scholarships, personal savings and part time jobs.

It may be a struggle but a college graduate makes and average of $1,038 a week, about $271 more than someone with an associate's degree.

KHEAA has good information on how to pay for that higher degree.

Transfer Scholarships:

Go to the Admissions Office of universities that interest you to make sure you are getting the most up to date information on transfer scholarships.