Paying Tuition With a Credit Card – Is It Possible?

Miranda Marquit

Miranda Marquit has been covering personal finance for more than 10 years, including aspects of college planning and student loans. She is a recognized money expert and has contributed to numerous media outlets, including Forbes, Marketwatch, NPR, USA Today, Investopedia, and U.S. News & World Report. She lives in Idaho with her teenage son — who she’s just starting to guide through the college selection and admissions process.

Articles by Miranda

10 Questions to Ask Financial Aid Officers

June 14, 2019

As you prepare to apply for college, or even as you go on college visits, it can help to get…

What Is FAFSA and How Does It Work?

May 12, 2019

One of the most important documents students fill out when going to college is the Free Application for Federal Student…

Citizens Bank One Student Loan Review

April 28, 2019

Because college is becoming so much more expensive, it’s a reality that you’ll probably have to borrow at least some…

15 Best-Paying Part-Time Jobs for High School Students

April 23, 2019

High school students have so much on their plates: test prep, testing, volunteering, sports, extra-curriculars, etc., is it too much…

Paying Tuition With a Credit Card – Is It Possible?

March 6, 2019

Should you pay for college with a credit card? We’ll take a look at how to use a credit card…

Explaining $80K in Student Loan Debt to a 17-Year-Old

February 7, 2019

How do student loans work? Helping your teen understand this reality is vital if you want them to avoid taking out too much in student loan debt for college.

College Tax Guide (2019): What You Need to Know about Scholarships, Tuition, and Loans

January 7, 2019

With tax season underway, understanding what college expenses are tax-deductible for parents — or students — is a big part…

4 Options to Refinance Your Parent PLUS Loans

December 5, 2018

Many parents feel the need to help their children pay for college. With the high cost of college, it’s not…