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Finding Cheap Stuff for Your College Dorm

So you've taken out your student loans, paid for tuition, bought a new laptop, and spent the rest on expensive textbooks. You're all set for college now, right? Well, if you're like most students and will be moving into a dorm, unfortunately, you still have a bit more shopping to do. Your dorm will probably only come with a dresser, a closet, and a bed, so everything else that you'll want for your new room will have to be provided by you and … Continue

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How to Sell Your Used Textbooks

Listing your textbooks online is a great option for most students. However, it is hard to decide which website to use. You will want to look at the fine print when signing up. Different websites will impose different levels of fees, from membership to selling fees. Some websites may offer shipping cost assistance, while others won’t. Consider the top two websites and their “fine print.” Both websites offer the potential of millions of buyers. … Continue

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Considering Summer School? Pros & Cons

May rolls around and college is out for the year. You finally get a break from hours of studying, sitting through lectures, and doing countless assignments. Sleeping in every day and lounging on the pool deck awaits you. You can’t hardly wait to spend 3 months homework free. However, you may want to consider taking a summer course. If you are not planning on working during the summer, spending 6 weeks earning some more college credits may be a … Continue

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Best Jobs for the College Student

With busy class schedules, a social life, and involvement in extracurricular activities, many students have their plates full. However, many college students are looking for a little extra cash to use for tuition or to go out on the weekend. There are many options for part- time work that college students can fit into their busy schedules and let their wallets grow. It is important to find a job that allows flexibility in schedule and ability … Continue

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3 Ways to Make Friends before College

As incoming freshman, every student feels just as nervous, excited, and even a little bit as leery as you feel too. College is a whole new world compared to your high school years. Besides preparing yourself for the real world, the best thing about college are the … Continue

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A+ Foods for an A+ Exam

Studying can take a toll on the average student. From late night cramming to hours of memorization, it is easy to digress from healthy eating patterns while under pressure. It is important to eat properly before an exam. While studying, snack on these super foods to … Continue

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Finding Cheap Stuff for Your College Dorm

So you've taken out your student loans, paid for tuition, bought a new laptop, and spent the rest on expensive textbooks. You're all set for college now, right? Well, if you're like most students and will be moving into a dorm, unfortunately, you still have a bit … Continue

Young man working

Best Jobs for the College Student

With busy class schedules, a social life, and involvement in extracurricular activities, many students have their plates full. However, many college students are looking for a little extra cash to use for tuition or to go out on the weekend. There are many options for … Continue

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A Healthy Dose of Studying

The idea behind college is to get a degree. That degree will, hopefully, garner a well paid career. Granted, while not many job interviews involve a careful perusal of academic transcripts, the grades in college still matter. Grades reflect work ethic, knowledge and … Continue

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Considering Summer School? Pros & Cons

May rolls around and college is out for the year. You finally get a break from hours of studying, sitting through lectures, and doing countless assignments. Sleeping in every day and lounging on the pool deck awaits you. You can’t hardly wait to spend 3 months homework … Continue