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    Is There Financial Aid For Community College Students?

    Many community college students worry that they won’t have enough money for school—especially if their parents didn’t attend college. These grads discuss how financial aid can help, as well as the strategies that worked for them.
    By Diane Melville - Updated: March 23, 2015

    What You’ll Learn

    • How to apply for loans, grants, and scholarships.
    • What makes you eligible for scholarships and other aid.
    • Special benefits for low-income students.
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