Times are tough everywhere in the United States. School boards, unions and governments have been fighting for decades to ensure their budgets are balanced and to prevent more cuts. In the last few years, some schools think they have found a way to shield their schools from drastic cuts through
With the cost of attending a college in the United States at an all-time high, it makes perfect sense to sit down and consider what your financial options are. In fact, you are faced with the potential to access several different options: Scholarships, grants and loans. Any of them can help you
You’ve been accepted to a university, and now it’s time to plan for your undergraduate degree. Maybe you received a scholarship or you’ve been selected for a government or university grant. But when you tally up the costs, it’s still not enough. It’s time to consider taking out a loan
If you do a quick online search, you’ll find there are literally thousands of scholarships available for college students. Some simply require students to fill out a form with a bit of personal information and the names of a few references, while others require essays from 500 to several thousand words.
With limited space available, one of the most challenging aspects of study abroad planning is figuring out what items to bring from home. For students who haven’t traveled out of the country before, especially on their own, it can be difficult to tell what they will need once they land
So you’ve reached the end of your time studying abroad, and are getting ready to go home. You’ve been homesick at many points while you’ve been away, and despite having a wonderful time, you’re beyond excited to go back to the comforts of your home and share all your travel stories
You are planning on going on to pursue higher education. You have a goal. You have the drive. You have support but do you have the ability to manage your money while you follow your dream? This is a question that every student should consider before he or she signs
One of the most difficult decisions a college student must make is what degree to pursue. With the rising cost of tuition and increase in student loans, many students feel the pressure to select a major that will make this financial investment pay off after graduation. Once a student has
With the many costs associated with getting through college, it might sound difficult—if not impossible—to put money away in savings as an already “broke college student.” However, a little bit of creativity and willingness to cut back on current expenses can certainly make a big difference in the long run.
According to many educators and researchers, there is a cheating crisis in American schools. While cheating in school has always been an option for desperate students, today’s technology makes it even easier, and maybe even more tempting. Cheating scandals have exploded across the nation in recent years, from teachers changing