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August 2020
Nobody really likes to talk about money, but it’s a very necessary conversation to have with yourself, your parents, and your college financial aid officer. Don’t avoid talking about the costs of college because according to Forbes, the collective college debt in the US is $1.6 trillion! On a smaller scale, owing several thousand dollars...
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You have a lot of freedom when it comes to picking your college courses. While this freedom is exciting, it can also be overwhelming. How do you know what classes to take? Are there classes you are required to take? Well, here are some tips that can help you prepare for registering for your first...
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As a recent college graduate, I learned many things in college that went beyond academics. In fact, I think these lessons are the ones that will stick with me longer than anything I learned in class. So here is my list of 18 things I learned as an undergrad student! UNASSIGNED ASSIGNED SEATS Me after...
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After an unsettling spring and a strange start to summer in 2020, there are many unknowns about the fall semester for both incoming and existing college students. Depending on what college looks like for you in the upcoming months, I have some advice on how to cope with and navigate the coronavirus pandemic. There are...
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