No one likes being a broke college student, but thankfully there are ways other than selling Adderall to put some cash in your pocket. Work Study Work-study jobs are a great way to earn yourself some extra cash without even leaving your campus. Not everyone is eligible for work-study, but if you speak to someone [ Read More ]
This is a Guest Post from Andrew Puco For every college student the single most important thing to accomplish while in school is to acquire a high-quality education. Additionally, amongst other things you also learn time management and independence. The harsh reality of higher education is the very high cost. Some schools, particularly private schools [ Read More ]
Getting involved in activities on a college campus has its perks. Not only can you add some pretty impressive stuff to your resume, but you can have some serious fun and make some lifelong memories and friends along the way. Network! College is the most important time in your life to start making some networks! [ Read More ]
Mom and Dad getting upset at your spending habits? Sick of being a broke college student? Here are three ways to save money on things you already do on a regular basis!
Preface from Editor, Brett Napoli College life is a rollercoaster of an experience. The hustle and bustle of class, studying, relationships, partying and balancing partying and studying can be a difficult task. But once the dust settles, the grades come in and its time to start this game dubbed “real life” there are a few [ Read More ]
When it comes to an education, parents are more concerned than ever about how to pay for their children’s college years, especially in light of the recent recession. However, one thing is clear: They don’t want to see their children going into debt to finance their education – no matter their field of study. Two-thirds [ Read More ]
Today we’re hearing that many parents don’t teach their youth or children about their own personal finances. I have to agree! I sure know my parents never took the time to show me anything when it came to my own personal finances. It’s so very important for all of us to learn this process [ Read More ]
You know there’s a problem when the country is spending more on their prisons than on their education system. Sadly, that’s precisely what’s happening here in the US. As colleges have continued to lose funding, states have also increased spending on their prisons (some spend close to twice as much on prisons than on higher [ Read More ]
Think attending college is easy? The below infographic explains exactly what students must deal with in today’s busy lifestyle. Bottom line, making money is tough especially while attending college.
In This Section: College Finance
College Finance at College Cures covers necessary college topics like how to make money and how to save college money. Great way to start? Find out how to get a job and how to keep a job! Once you know how to save, we’ll teach you how to get an internship (hopefully a paid internship) so you can discover once you understand how to put money away, opening a bank account becomes a mature step in the right direction. Open a college checking account or college savings account and find info on getting a new bank. College investing and investments can be difficult if you don’t know where to invest or how to invest. We’ll guide you along the journey with college saving tips that don’t just cover how to save money in college but also topics like college loans, scholarships, paying back a loan and much more. Poor college students need to be saving money on the items they buy the most, which is while you’ll see articles about saving money on alcohol and saving money on books. Save money on groceries, clothes, your car and save money on your health!