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Loan-ly, I am so loan-ly

I was lucky enough to have my parents fund my undergraduate degree. But pretty much since the time I could hold a pencil, they let me know that for any education after that, I would be on my own. 932 more words

Getting Into Med School (Making Dreams Happen): Scholarship Applications that Win

When I think about planning ahead for scholarships, I think macro and micro; first, I think about the need for vision – you need to make sure that the activities you participate in that take up the most time are contributing to your end goal. 1,080 more words

Scholarships

Is it possible?

With the class of 2016 averaging about $37,000 in student loan debt upon graduation, I understand the skepticism. And I should preface this blog by saying, I am not currently a debt-free student. 325 more words

Debt-free

Wonderful Thursday

Today is the day. Today is my day. Today, I answer the question “How are you?” with a cheery WONDERFUL!

Anyone that has seen me this week knows that it has not been a pretty standard week here at the Universities at Shady Grove. 363 more words

Life Hacks

Worried about your tuition? I know I sure am.

     Whether you are a current student or are planning on attending college soon, you are sure to be troubled by… 570 more words

Thinking of a Career Change?

Are you considering returning to school to change your career or gain new skills for a better job? My friend Rose is too. Rose is turning fifty-five, and has been working a full time job that’s physically demanding. 570 more words

Financial Fitness

Being Financially Savvy After MSU

Now that you have accepted, are getting ready to accept, or will soon be making a decision on a new job, there is so much to learn when it comes to financial planning. 103 more words

Professional Development