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about Students, Teachers, & Education

You’ve heard experts say over and over again that a college education is necessary to survive in today’s highly competitive world, but how can you obtain this education with such an astronomical price? College may be expensive, but there are a variety of avenues that you can rely on to provide the funds for your degree:

There are many ways you can supplement the cost of your education – financial aid, scholarships, student loans, and other college financing sources. However, the best option available to you is usually scholarships because you will never have to repay them. So, where can you find scholarships?

Most college students come to a point where they want to spread their wings and leave dorm life behind. The decision to move into off-campus housing can be stressful and confusing. Take a look at some of the things to consider as you make this decision.

When it comes to college debt, most of us immediately think of student loans.  But, there’s another culprit out there, and it’s costing co-eds thousands.  What, you might ask?  Every day credit card debt!

Summer school.  Wait, isn’t that an oxymoron?  At this point, taking summer courses is probably the last thing on your mind.  After all, you’re probably still recovering from final exams, all-nighters, cramming.  Hey, we’re not here to judge!