• The Best Tips to Pay off Student Loans Quickly!

    $37,712. That’s the average debt a 2016 college grad carries, breaking the $35,000 debt record set by the class of 2015. Don’t let that college debt drag you down for years! Instead, learn the best ways to pay off student loans quickly. Time matters when you’ve taken out loans for education. After you graduate or leave school, student loans tie up a chunk of your earnings, so you have less…

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  • Interest-Free College Loans Application Now Open

    This year we have 500 interest-free college loans of $1,700 each available to Lancaster County residents for the 2016-17 academic year. We are excited to help students achieve their higher education dreams, interest-free. Apply Now Students who will be enrolled full-time at an accredited trade school, community college, 4-year college or university, or graduate school in the Fall of 2016 and who demonstrate financial need are eligible to apply. The…

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  • Kick Off the ExtraGive with a Contribution to LDHL

    Lancaster Dollars for Higher Learning is excited to participate in this year’s Extraordinary Give event, sponsored by the Lancaster County Community foundation and its presenting sponsors. To make a donation now, please visit our ExtraGive page. WHO: YOU and Lancaster Dollars for Higher Learning in coordination with Lancaster County Community Foundation and its presenting sponsors. LDHL is a non-profit organization that provides zero-interest loans to Lancaster County students looking to…

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  • LDHL Challenge Donor Lined Up for ExtraGive Event

    Save your donations for the ExtraGive event on November 20, 2015, like Chet Beiler, CEO of Amish Country Gazebos.

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  • Be a Part of the Extra Give Event

    Recipients and donors wanted. The Extra Give is looking for volunteers for November 20, 2015.

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  • Manage Your Money Through College: Budget

    Managing your money through college is not an easy task, especially when you haven’t mastered the art of juggling a job and your studies and your [potentially nonexistent] social life. Creating and maintaining a budget is the best way to help you make frugal choices throughout your college experience. Math may not be your strong point, and that’s okay. You can always seek help from the financial aid department of…

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