In many ways, it feels like graduation is a time to celebrate, especially if you are a graduate student.
Graduating is a day to honor your peers, your past and your future.
But that celebration has also brought its own set of financial challenges.
As we’ve noted before, graduate school often has to cover a significant portion of the cost of attending.
That can make graduate school feel like a lot to pay for.
And graduate school also brings with it a set of unexpected expenses.
When your tuition and fees come due, you’re left with a big pile of debt.
So how can you minimize the financial stress of graduation?
If you graduate from a school with a strong reputation and good financial resources, you’ll be able to avoid the financial burden of graduating.
This article is part of a series about paying for college, and we’ll be covering other tips to keep costs down and keep the cost from mounting.
If you’d like to learn more about debt and graduate school, read more of the article.
Read moreAbout the author:Jennifer M. Doudreaux is a staff writer at FoxNews.com.