A pretty cool infographic from the Student Loan Marketplace on how to make the college dream possible and affordable. Check it!
It’s finally settling in, but I’m prepared to have as much fun with senior year as I can. Here are some tips for seniors who have also faced reality. A Guest Blog Post from BookRenter.com
If you’re like me, the summer before I started college, I wanted to procrastinate absolutely everything college-related. I just could not accept that I was about to move on and that there were necessary steps I needed to take to be prepared. Learn from my mistake – you will want to be prepping for this [ Read More ]
Now that your school year is coming to an end, it’s time to start figuring out where to live this summer and/or fall. Deciding where to live is a huge decision – one that will affect your life for the next year – so make sure to choose carefully. If it’s your first time, the [ Read More ]
Traveling to Germany this past month was one of the best experiences of my life. Although I had to fly out the day after my college graduation, which was pretty stressful, I’m so thankful I decided to stick with it. You learn so much about the world and yourself when you explore a new country [ Read More ]
As often as your parents relentlessly remind you that “you’re at college to get an education and not to party,” you will inevitably learn a thing or two outside of the classroom that may very well become more valuable than anything found in a textbook. With that being said, I am not advocating to disregard [ Read More ]
The fast approaching and sometimes dreaded segue from your merely apathetic academic years in college to a career in a world that is often deemed ruthless can appear aimless and overwhelmingly stressful. But does it have to be that way? You have to look the part in order to act the part. In order to [ Read More ]
Solidify A Career Path: 3 Important Lessons To Live By While Discovering Your Professional Interests In College4 Comments
Solidifying a career path is one of the most difficult and painstaking processes I, as well as many others, have endured throughout college. As a senior, I can tell you I still have not fine tuned my professional decisions post-college, but I can offer you words of wisdom along with an array of choices you [ Read More ]
Internships.com’s Campus Tycoon Award highlights the most creative and innovative business minds on college campuses today. They started in their dorm rooms, but their RA’s can’t keep them there for long. Right Now You’re Voting for Them, Soon You’ll be Working for Them. Internships.com will be highlighting each nominee on their site and will do a [ Read More ]
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!