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Tasmiha Khan.

I had to turn down acceptances at Yale, Columbia, and Johns Hopkins because I can’t take on interest-bearing loans — and I’m just on...

"I follow the religious mandate from the Quran of staying away from interest. So when it came to paying for school I had few options."
An online degree can move at a fast pace.

I don’t have any regrets about getting my graduate degree online, but here’s why it may not always be the best option

Given my busy schedule, an online graduate program was the best option for me, but this style of education isn't a good fit for everyone.
The United States Air Force Academy is one of several military academies that offer free tuition.

14 universities and grad schools in the US with zero tuition

Contrary to popular belief, you don't have to leave the country to pursue higher education without breaking the bank.

How grad schools became the hidden culprit behind America’s student-debt crisis

Over half of the massive US student-loan debt comes from graduate schools, and it's a sign master's degrees aren't the path to wealth they used to be.

Going to grad school was the best thing I’ve ever done for my money, but taking out $33,000 of loans to do it was the worst

Grad school was worth it in the end, but financially, I did just about everything wrong ... starting from day one.
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I’m still paying off $33,000 in grad school loans 7 years later, but I consider my degree to be the best thing I’ve ever done with my mone...

I earned my master's degree seven years ago, and despite the fact that I'm still paying off my student loans, I don't regret going back to school.
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I took on $61,000 of student loans for graduate school, but it turns out my most valuable career lessons cost a fraction that much

My most valuable lessons on earning enough to support myself from a $200 online course, and free networking with other writers and creatives.
Andrea Blankmeyer, chief financial officer for Transfix.

A 31-year-old startup CFO who dropped out of Harvard Business School halfway through explains how she knew leaving was the right choice

Andrea Blankmeyer, the 31-year-old CFO for the startup Transfix, attended Harvard Business School for just one year of the two-year MBA program.