Category Archives: Paying for College

5 Surefire Ways to Get a Scholarship This Semester By Dixie Somers

Scholarships come in all shapes and sizes, but in an odd twist, their ubiquity can make them difficult to sift through and find the ones that are truly valuable or meaningful. If you’re applying for a college such as this one in  Salt Lake City and could use a little financial help, here are just five ways to find a good scholarship.

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Student Finance: Money Saving Tips for University First-Timers By Emma Miller

Going off to college is the time when you’ll acquire some skills that might help you live more comfortably both during your studies and later in your life. One of those skills is managing money and developing financial responsibility. Since many students live on a tight budget, they need to acquire some budget-friendly habits that will help them cut any unnecessary expenses and even increase their savings. Here are some money-saving tips that will make your college life more comfortable and enjoyable.

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Tuition Intuition: 4 Ways to Survive College Without Breaking the Bank By Emma Sturgis

These days, it is almost mandatory that you get a college degree if you want a chance to compete in the job market. However, the cost of college is increasing rapidly each year. Fortunately, there are steps that you can take to prevent the cost of going to school from completely busting your budget.

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How to Save Money in College: Top Alternative Housing Options By Alexa Paikowski

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College – it’s an amazing place, an incredible education, a great learning experience… and not to mention a huge expense. The cost of tuition alone is enough to break the bank. But then, there are the extra expenses such as books, meal plans, clubs, and of course, housing.





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Scared of Debt? 4 Ways Students Can Graduate in the Best Financial Shape By Anica Oaks

According to a report by U.S. News and World Report, the average student graduates with over $37,000 in debt. Understandably, many would like to avoid this kind of debt because it affects their ability to buy a home or start a family after college is over. There are ways to alleviate the burden of student debt. Here are four of the simplest ones.


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Funding Your Future: 4 Tips for Landing the Best Scholarships By Dixie Somers

There’s no questioning the value of a college education. A bachelor’s degree is essential for a fulfilling career, and studies have shown that college degrees can even prolong your life. But landing a good scholarship so you can afford to go to college can be challenging. There are sensible ways you can go about finding the funds you need for tuition and other expenses. Focusing on the opportunities you are eligible for and learning the best ways to approach them can improve your chance of success. Here are some tips for finding the scholarship that’s best for you.

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How to Continue Making Car Payments While Going to School By Eileen O'Shanassy

Life comes at you fast, and before you know it, you’re in a situation that makes you feel like you’re in over your head. Whether you’re starting a family, going to school, or just getting your first loan, life can seem daunting and fast-paced, especially when it comes to finances. When you’re attending school and have car payments to make, you don’t have any room for errors or mistakes. Here’s the best way to continue making car payments or other big payments while going to school.

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Colleges & Universities That Offer Scholarships to International Students: Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa By Brianna Burrows

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Finding the money to attend a college or university can be quite a struggle, especially for international students. That’s why it is by far one of the most popular questions on where can I find scholarships for international students? We will be answering that popular question every week by posting schools that offer scholarships to international students.

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