For Students Already in College, Returning to College, and Pursuing Graduate School
During this 90 minute web based class session, we will discuss:
- Strategies for those who are already in college and have a desire to finish but may be struggling financially due to rising tuition costs throughout the U.S.
- Financing techniques for those who have been out of school for a while and want to return to college to complete their education
- Methods for individuals to find funding for a graduate or professional degree
For this class all participants must be able to call a long distance number at the appointed time. When placing this call you will be charged long distance rates by your long distance carrier. The Scholarship Workshop has no involvement with the rates you will be charged for this call.
For the web-based class you must also have a computer with an Internet connection (at least a 56K modem, cable modem, DSL, or High Speed Internet Broadband Access), Internet Explorer or another compatible browser, and Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Special Note for WEB-BASED CLASS – If you have a 56K modem only and DO NOT have a cable modem, DSL, or Broadband access to the Internet, you MUST have two phone lines (one for accessing the Internet and viewing the presentation using your 56K modem, and one for calling in to listen to the instructor, Marianne Ragins). We recommend high speed Internet access.
All registered participants will receive the number to call and further instructions with the course materials package.
Course materials and the telephone number to call in for the class and/or the web-based class site address will be sent approximately one week before the scheduled class time.
This class is open to U. S. based students only.
You must give a valid e-mail address when registering for a class. It will be used for sending class instructions and announcements.
To learn more about the teleclass or other online courses available to help you write scholarship and college essays, turbo charge your résumé, prepare for scholarship and college interviews, or minimize college costs and student loans, see this section.