• LDHL on Behind The Headlines

    Throughout last week, Executive Director Ann Womble was featured on Behind The Lines and Behind The Headlines, two locally run television shows on LCTV 66. We are proud to share with you a clip from one of the shows, Behind The Headlines, with hosts Jere Strittmatter and David Atkinson discussing interest-free student loans available to residents of Lancaster County.

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  • What’s the Difference Between Scholarships, Loans, and Grants?

    Figuring out how to pay for college or vocational school can be a confusing process, especially if you’re the first member of your family to attend post-secondary school. Don’t let the costs associated with your school of choice scare you away from applying.

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  • Spring Break Money Tips for College Students

    You can kick back with friends without busting your budget. Learn the top spring break money tips to make this college experience easier on your bank account.

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  • How to Pay for Trade or Technical School

    From automotive technology to graphic communications to residential remodeling, trade school offers smart choices for career training.

    One of the big-time advantages to technical school is the cost savings it offers. A study found that the average cost of a bachelor’s degree in the United States is approximately $127,000. In contrast, a vocational or trade school degree costs about $33,000.

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  • What to Know When Taking Out a Student Loan for the First Time

    From finding friends to passing classes, freshman year can be a challenge. Chances are good that navigating the student loan maze will be part of that challenge, as well. Applying for your very first student loan? Don’t wade blindly in the murky waters of financial assistance.

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  • LDHL Offering 600 Interest-Free Loans to Lancaster County Students Pursuing Higher Education

    LANCASTER, PA – Lancaster Dollars for Higher Learning (LDHL) will increase the number of interest-free college loans available to Lancaster County students from 500 to 600 for the 2017-2018 academic year. Each loan is valued at $1,700.

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