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Making College More Affordable

Work While You Learn

AmeriCorps: This service program is administered by the Corporation for National and Community Service and allows people of all ages and backgrounds to earn help paying for education in exchange for a year of service.

Part-Time Employment: It may not be possible to earn enough to cover all your own college costs, but a part-time or summer job can help reduce the amount you'll need to borrow. School employment offices can help you find a job on or off campus.

Work-Study: On some campuses, work-study or student assistant programs help students find career-related jobs. Jobs funded through need-based work-study programs may reduce the amount of student loans you have to borrow.

Tuition Assistance Benefits: Many agencies, organizations and businessesTAB 2022 across Oklahoma provide tuition assistance benefits to help their employees pay for higher education. Visit OKhighered.org to learn more .

 

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OCAP believes that financial literacy and understanding the financial aid process are critical aspects of college planning and student success. OCAP staff who work with students, parents, educators and community partners in the areas of personal finance education, state and federal financial aid, and student loan management do not provide financial, investment, legal, and/or tax advice. This website and all information provided is for general educational purposes only, and is not intended to be construed as financial, investment, legal, and/or tax advice.