After making just about every mistake in the book regarding three different houses in three years at Michigan State University, I would like to provide some insight into the college house search and offer some suggestions to help make the process much smoother for you.
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Despite recent reform, student loans remain extremely costly for students entering a world of high unemployment rates. Don’t fear the bill, instead take action before, after and during higher education. Check out the following sites that offer insights into different student loan issues.
Whether you’ve thought about it or not, now is the time to save for your child’s education fund.
So you’ve recently graduated college with a pile of debt. Take control of your finances right away and ready yourself for new financial challenges with these helpful tips.
What really matters when you’re picking a college? It’s hard to predict whether you’ll love life at your new school, but here are a few pointers to help you choose the place where you’ll be spending the next four years.
You probably think I’m joking, but I’m not. You really can take college courses free online from top universities all around the world. It’s a trend sweeping the Internet called OpenCourseWare.
Taking on a part-time job in college can offer many instant rewards as well as give you skills and connections for your future endeavors. You might not end up debt free depending on where you go to school, but you can limit the amount you accumulate over your college career and gain some skills along the way.
Instead of trying to pick a major blindly, consider what you like and what skills you already have to hone in during you college career. Go on a fishing expedition for more information and see what you catch.
You can cook more than you think with your limited dorm room equipment. Here are some easy-peasy recipes any microwave aficionado can cook up in a jiffy!
I recently got an email from my college stating that tuition costs would be going up for the 2012-2013 academic year. So why do these costs keep going up?