Perhaps one of the most well-known ways to save money on education expenses is scholarships, and this is true for traditional and nontraditional students alike.
Scholarships are like grants in that they don’t have to be repaid, and they can be offered by a variety of sources. Schools, clubs, and religious and ethnic organizations are potential sources for scholarships.
When it comes to finding the right scholarship, keep in mind that you can apply for and receive more than one. You just have to keep track of what each scholarship is for (tuition, books and so on) and what the rules are. Some scholarships, for example, can be applied generally to a degree program, while others must be used within specific parameters.