Money always seems to be tight while you’re in school. You’re trying to afford $300 text books, trying not to steal extra food from the cafeteria, and working at a vegan restaurant in your “free” time, despite not being vegan. 57 more words
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Admissions officials are looking at your Twitter. Here’s hoping they like what they see, otherwise your straight A’s and niche-skills won’t matter much. Admissions officials have occasionally rejected student applicants or (gasp!) even revoked their acceptances because of online materials. 83 more words
Hold on—you can settle your student loan debts just like you can for credit card debts? Well, yes and no. Student loan borrowers can offer to pay a substantial (key word) sum to free themselves of wage garnishments, tax refund seizures and other methods of collection. 92 more words
A Boston Globe article recently featured a Boston University student that has turned what is usually considered a business practice into a personal endeavor.
Alexis-Brianna Felix, a BU sophomore, realized that her family did not have the financial means to help her to continue her education. 342 more words