• Skillfully Navigating Student Loans
    Skillfully Navigating Student Loans

    What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of student loans? I hope it's the word "debt."

    College can be an important component to your future plans, and student loans help to make college happen for a lot of people.

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  • Top 238 Money Mistakes to Avoid in College
    Top 238 Money Mistakes to Avoid in College

    If we wanted to, we could probably come up with hundreds of ways college students throw away money. I know. I made a lot of mistakes when I was younger!

    Honestly, you will thank yourself for spending some time here.

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  • Choosing a Major? Questions to Consider
    Choosing a Major? Questions to Consider

    Throughout life we face choices. But generally, the stakes are higher for the choices you make during and after college. After choosing what college to attend or planning how you'll pay for it, selecting your college major may be the biggest decision you must make.

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  • A Smart Head Start on College
    A Smart Head Start on College

    Taking College Level Courses in High School

    If college is on your radar in the next few years, now's the time to start thinking: How can I increase my chances of graduating on time, if not earlier? How can I reduce the amount of loans I'll have to repay after graduating? How can I give my self a head start finding a job or career I love?

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  • FoolProof Tips for the College-Bound
    FoolProof Tips for the College-Bound

    Get off on the right foot when you hit campus this fall! Just follow our FoolProof tips to protect your pride and your pocketbook.

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  • Find A College That Fits Your Needs
    Find A College That Fits Your Needs

    There are more than 9,000 institutions of higher learning in the United States and many more around the world.

    How do you find the one that's right for you?

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  • Taking College Prep Test
    Taking College Prep Test

    Part of preparing for college is taking the SAT or ACT, or sometimes both.

    These tests assess your verbal and math skills. Some preparation for these tests is usually recommended such as taking sample tests. Preparation doesn't have to be expensive.

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  • Options: Saving For College
    Options: Saving For College

    As a student, why save for college or other career education? Particularly, if your parents already have a college savings plan?

    Having your own savings plan makes sense for several reasons.

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