Ascent Blog: Tag: Pay for College

New Financial Wellness Resources for Students and Parents
Aug 26, 2020 | By: Ascent | In: In the Press, News
Ascent announced the launch of a new financial wellness assessment to educate students and parents on how to take out… Read More
Enter Ascent’s Second Annual 50 Days of $1,000 Scholarships
May 31, 2020 | By: Ascent | In: In the Press, Blog, For Students, For Cosigners, For Schools, For College Students, For High School Students, For Parents and Cosigners
Starting today, you can enter for a chance to win a $1,000 scholarship from Ascent every weekday through August 10,… Read More
Paying for Grad School in the Wake of COVID-19
May 13, 2020 | By: Ascent | In: For Students, For Cosigners, For College Students
Whether you’ve recently been accepted or preparing to graduate soon, Ascent offers graduate school loans to help students. Read More
How is Ascent Helping Students Pay for College?
Feb 27, 2020 | By: Ascent | In: In the Press, Blog, News
Ascent helps students pay for college by checking their pre-qualified rates without impacting their credit score, exclusive discounts, and more Read More
Ascent Launches New Bright Futures™ Engine to Bring Transparency to the College Decision Making Process
Dec 10, 2019 | By: Ascent | In: In the Press, Blog, For Students, For Cosigners, For Schools, News, For College Students, For High School Students, For Parents and Cosigners
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, SAN DIEGO, CA (December 10, 2019) – From chemical engineering to sociology, a student’s future earnings after… Read More
Pencils Down: Ascent Helps Students and Friends Earn Money for College
Dec 04, 2019 | By: Ascent | In: In the Press, Blog, For Cosigners, News, For College Students, For High School Students
  Ascent Student Loans rolls out the next phase of their Refer A Friend Program to help students and their… Read More
True Life: Budgeting Sucks, But It’s Kind of Important
Nov 27, 2019 | By: Ascent | In: Blog, For Students, For Cosigners, For College Students
It can be stressful balancing school, work, relationships, family obligations, a social life, and especially finances. Money alone can be… Read More