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Fundraising Ideas for College Students

College students who want to raise money for a special cause, for an event that they would like to host, or for an activity they want to pursue can do so in a variety of ways. In fact, with a little creativity and teamwork, you can raise the funds that you need surprisingly easily while […]

Great Ways of Surviving Your Student Loans

Education can be a luxury even with the financial aid of parents and scholarships. A student loan is sometimes the only solution, but also a nemesis that can ruin your already poor finances. It is thus a high time to save some money or try earning it. I know it can be hard to find […]

10 Tips to Help You Pay For College

Are you starting college this year or have you recently started? One of your biggest worries, along with keeping up with your classes and getting used to living away from home, is probably how you’re going to pay your way through your education. The idea of being in total control of your own finances for […]

College Career: How to Find a Job on Campus

Finding a job on a college campus is not always easy, especially if you are attending a popular college university that is constantly filled to maximum occupancy. Whether you are seeking a local part-time job, or if you are interested in a freelance gig on the side of your current college courses, there are a […]

Five Prestigious Scholarships

Scholarships are a great way to pay for a college education. The beauty of a scholarship is that, unlike a loan, it does not require repayment. The types of scholarships available are as diverse and wide-ranging as the interests of the students who wish to acquire them. While some are tailored for those seeking public […]

How to Figure the ROI of a Four Year College Degree

“Why do you want to go to college?” This is a question that most students ask themselves–and for some, the answer is difficult to find. Some teens are questioning whether attending a university is necessary, as they already work while in high school and plan to continue working throughout their adult lives. There are others […]