What are you doing this Christmas break to re-charge? So often we think of re-charging as a chance to sleep, sit on the couch, binge-watch shows and movies, take a walk, go to the beach (because in Florida, we go to the beach in December), etc. And while resting is definitely part of re-charging, there […]
What if you could pay for college with someone’s else’s money? Would you do it? Here’s the thing – it can be done! Here’s how.
The chance to keep playing their favorite sport while earning a degree is the ultimate goal of many young people. The student athlete life is exciting and fun! There are plenty of opportunities to make friends, travel, enjoy healthy competition, and even make a name for themselves.
Spring Break. These two words mean something different to everyone: road trips, beach days, sleeping in, camping, hiking, or maybe for you it means working extra hours to get ahead.
Educating yourself on the basics of what credit is and how it affects you is key to making wise economic decisions.
As you begin the process of applying to college, you will notice that college and university financial offices tend to have a vocabulary all their own. Don’t panic! It is completely normal and to be expected, so don’t be intimidated and don’t be afraid to speak up and ask for clarification if at any point […]
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 are restrictive. That they zap all the joy out of life and limit your dreams. That they make you give up your churro addiction.
Are grants and scholarships two different ways to say the same thing? Or are they actually different? This is a question that may be rolling around in your mind as you look ahead to your college search. The world of financial aid can sometimes sound confusing and intimidating. The truth is that minimal research […]