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7 Tips for Financing Your First Year in College

Getting ready for your first year of college? The fall semester is a rather exciting time for college freshmen who will be navigating through campuses and living independently from parents for the first time. This means that college freshmen will not only have to worry about maintaining focus on goals in college, they will also […]

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SL Account Management: Your Trusted Student Loan Specialist

At SL account, we understand how stressful student loans can be for both undergraduate and postgraduate scholars. Luckily, with the right information and support, managing a student loan debt can be a whole lot easier. SL account management has put in place a performance-based system that puts clients’ needs first as they further their education. […]

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8 Tips to Make Your Outdoor College Event a Success

College parties seem spontaneous only at first glance. They are actually quite complex to organize since there are numerous things organizers must look after. If you are thinking of throwing one for your coeds, then these 8 tips will make your outdoor happening a success. Location is everything A secluded lake of pristine water and […]

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How Should You Start Your Day in College?

Have you ever had that feeling that the best idea would be just to stay in bed today? That first train of thought in the morning, talking to you seductively trough the voice in your head about the glorious benefits of giving up, lead on by the notion that a tricky task is long overdue. […]

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Best College Application Resources for High School Seniors

In the fall of your senior year, it’s an ideal opportunity to start the journey for which you’ve spent the majority of the secondary school preparing: applying to a school. It’s a scary undertaking, but on the other hand, it’s one that can prompt excellent changes. Before the procedure starts, it’s smart to do your […]

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How To Have A Successful And Fun College Life

Starting college is a scary thing to imagine. Suddenly jumping into a new world filled with hundreds (or thousands depending on the college) of people you don’t know, to study for the career that determines your whole future. Not to mention the costs and expenses. Balancing work and play is hard in college, but before […]

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5 Benefits of Studying Medicine

Choosing your career path can be a daunting prospect. There are so many options out there, it can be difficult to know whether you have made the right decision or not. There are lots of reasons why you would choose to study medicine whether it be for personal or for financial reasons. We’ve put together […]

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Deciding if a Career in Counseling is Right for You

People are drawn to psychology and counseling for a variety of reasons. For some, it’s an opportunity to help a community and find a sense of purpose. For others, it’s because they’ve experienced a trauma in their life and are inspired to help people through similar experiences. Having the drive to improve another person’s life […]