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Find a Good College ‘Fit’ Academically

How comfortable are you around water? Are you a strong swimmer or do you struggle to keep your head above water? Are you comfortable venturing into the deeper water or do you prefer to wade into shallow water as long as the bottom is visible and the footing is certain? 608 more words

College Planning

Bad Spending Habits That Can Be Corrected

A little frugality may lead to a lot of financial progress.

Americans have a great deal of disposable income relative to many other nations, yet our free spending can take us further and further away from the potential for financial freedom. 804 more words

Financial Planning

The Question ~ College, Careers, and Contentment - Part 1

What are you going to do after you graduate?

That is the new question. No longer is it, “what are you going to do when you grow up?” 443 more words


Greek Life Saved Me Money

Article by Melissa Pope

When many students think about Greek life, they may usually think, “Doesn’t that cost a lot of money?” Although there are financial costs to going Greek, it can also help with your student finances. 603 more words

Advice From College Students

Five first steps to college planning

Applying to college can be daunting. The operative word is planning. But we all know that’s a foreign concept to most 17-year-olds. Here’s what parents can do to help. 361 more words

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Not All Majors Define Careers: Surprising Majors of 12 Celebrities

You may recognize her as a former Hogwarts student, but the real life Hermione Granger, Emma Watson, is actually one of the newest graduates of… 406 more words

College Planning

A Good College Fit is One That Will Meet Your Academic Needs

Students often enter the college search process with specific academic programs or career interests in mind. And why not? If you know what you want to study in college, the best places are those that… 704 more words

College Planning