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Noodle Education

5 Ways to Save Money on Textbooks

Here’s a great guest post from our new friends over at Noodle! Enjoy! If you’ve ever placed an order for your semester textbooks in the university bookstore and subsequently had a heart attack from the price, we’ve all been there. However with tuition prices on the rise, it’s easy to save money on the small […]

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NextStepU

Application checklist: 10 things you might still need to do!

Here’s some great advice from Rachel Montpelier at NextStepU! We are in the middle of October and you should aim to get your college applications done and sent out around Thanksgiving. Here is a list of what you might need to know about, and still need to include in your application: 1. Knowledge of Common […]

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Guest Author

How To Prepare For The Upcoming College Season

Here’s a great post from our friends over at Statfuse! Enjoy With the time for applying to college just around the corner, many people are in a ‘panic mode’ so to speak. Counselors are stacked with work, parents are pushing their kids and students are filled with nerves as the time comes closer. While most […]

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Guest Author

Making the Most of the College Fair Season

Here’s a great guest post from our friends over at Welcome to College: Fall is a busy time of year for both students and those who work in college admissions. As students figure out their classes for the semester, admissions folks are launching into their fall travel. This means that admissions counselors from colleges and […]

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Guest Author

5 Easy Ways for Undergrads to Reduce the Need for Student Loans

David Bakke is a writer for the popular personal finance website, Money Crashers, where he shares tips for saving money and getting ahead with education, careers, and small business. The cost of college is skyrocketing. One year at a public institution currently averages $22,261 according to the College Board, and private school is basically double […]

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