Articles by Reyna Gobel
For some students, a certificate or just a few courses are enough to get a promotion – and a raise.
Contribute early to a 529 plan and map out your investment strategy to save for medical school.
If a second bachelor’s makes more sense than a master’s, explore loan and scholarship options.
Law students shouldn’t count on loan forgiveness, but should research future salaries before borrowing.
Weigh future salary increases against potential student loan debt to see if b-school is right for you.
Check if employers or government programs offer funding when weighing graduate certificate programs.
Borrowers should exhaust unsubsidized federal loan amounts before turning to Graduate PLUS loans.
Prepare for healthcare costs and work on a budget for the second year early, students recommend.
The cost of a dual, joint, or interdisciplinary degree may not be as expensive as you think.
Decide on a reasonable timeline for graduation and budget carefully to balance family with grad school.