There are so many things to do the summer before you begin college! Assuming you have already been accepted and know where you will attend, your […]
For students enrolling in college, financial aid can come in three forms: Federal, Institutional, and Private (or third-party). For those seeking aid options in addition to federal and institutional awards, […]
Let’s say you feel ready to handle the responsibility of credit and all that entails. How do you get started? Before we even get into that, let’s take a moment […]
Educating yourself on the basics of what credit is and how it affects you is key to making wise economic decisions.
It seems inevitable. At some point in your college career you will find yourself taking a course that seems disconnected to your major. You may begin to question the decision-makers […]
Budgeting. What emotion do you associate with that word? Boredom? Fear? Stress? It should make you feel secure. In control. Confident, even. There is a misconception floating around that budgets […]
At this point in your life you are very familiar with classwork, exams, and, of course, studying. No doubt you are studying. The question is, are you studying effectively?
Naturally, becoming immersed in college will mean you become a bit less involved in life outside of college – especially as a campus resident. There is a delicate balance, however, between full involvement in your college life and maintaining honest communication with family and mentors back home.