Aloise Moses Ngabunga

When it comes to financial aid, you've heard it all before: government loans, scholarships, grants, etc. But what happens when you tap all these resources and you still come up short? It's time for Change.

So what’s the Backup? With a little research and extra hard work, there are ways you can pay your tuition bills without getting buried in student loan debt. It may make life a little more complicated at times, but for many people, that can be a much better choice than getting stuck with debt for forever.

Here is what Aloise had to say

You want to show up right now and later on you ending up being broke, it better you become broke right now and later on enjoy what life has to offer. Youth nowadays are wearing expensive stuff but in reality there are all broke.

This is really something we need to think of, setting our mindset and be able to control all of our expenditure.

University can be expensive, but if you’re diligent in your research and dedicated to lowering the costs of your education, you may find that you can obtain a degree without going broke.

Choose the right university for you.

The cost of university can vary a lot depending on the school. Choosing a school that’s better for your budget can save you a lot of money in the long run, so it’s important to do a little research. Find out what kind of financial aid different schools offer, as some provide aid based on need, some offer free tuition based on academics.

Work & study

Working on the side throughout school can be a great way to cover at least some of your expenses. It’s important to balance working with your academics, so if you’re someone who can make both work, then go for it!

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