1/3 of Seniors and 1/4 of Freshman Can't Afford Textbooks According to a study, 1/3 of College Students are not buying Textbooks for their classes because they cannot afford to buy them. That can't be good for their grades. We know that the cost of going to College is getting beyond the reach of many. Some people are spending upward of $1500 on textbooks per year and finding that some of Continue Reading about College Students not buying Textbooks!
Are college textbooks finally embracing the digital age? With the rapid growth rate of E-Readers and Digital Devices, the release of the first iBooks Textbook could be a sign that things are changing in the textbook area. If you haven't heard of iBooks before it is Apple's e-book reader available for free from the Apple App Store for all iPhones, iPods and iPads. Did you know that you can also Continue Reading about Textbook News: OpenStax College Releases first iBooks Textbook
Running low on cash for the holidays? We know the feeling. But don't despair, Chegg.com and Rentscouter don't want you to be broke for the holidays, there are a number of different easy ways you can make a bit of extra cash these holidays. Have you finished with your textbooks from last semester? Are they in good condition? Why not consider selling them, check out how much you can get for Continue Reading about Extra Cash for the Holidays!
Thanksgiving is the perfect time for college students to have their much needed rest after having all grand stuffs to work out at school. Most college students opt to spend holidays with their family members, meeting up with long time friends and having some really great food at home. But there are still who can’t go home due to the shorter days of break or others don’t want to. Whatever the Continue Reading about College Tips: 8 Great To Do’s in Thanksgiving when not home for the Holidays
We're all about saving money here at Rentscouter, so we've featured some of the best Black Friday sales around. We've done the research and found the best sales for College Students. We know that you're always looking for a bargain, but sometimes it can be hard to know where to start, so sit back and relax and take a look at our Top 10 Black Friday Specials for College Continue Reading about Top 10 Black Friday Specials for College Students
High school graduation is fast approaching and a break from school works are in. But there are important things you need to do before hanging out or going to holidays. If you’re too excited for summer break then let’s have a changed mood. As you are going out to second grade, College have its open arms to welcome you into another journey of your student life. One of the biggest and most Continue Reading about College Tips: Choosing the Right College for You
One of the things you need to deal with in college is your dorm room. Things like furniture, wallpaper, decorations, bed and bedding, appliances and any other things necessary for your stay during the semester and all year round. Do you have a boring dormitory and you wish to make it more lively and energetic? Here are some tips to turn your room into a colorful and beautiful living Continue Reading about College Tips: 9 Cheap and Easy Dorm Room Decors
With the US Presidential Election only days away now, it's time get up to speed on what you have to do to vote and how your vote is processed. Many people are confused by the voting process and therefore choose not to vote. We'd like to change that and give College Students the information they need so that they can make an informed decision on whether to vote and who to vote for. Put simply, Continue Reading about Part 2 – College Student Voting Guide: The Voting Process
The U.S. Presidential Election is heating up, debate number 3 has just been done and dusted and we're turning into the final sprint to the end, November 6 is the day when the country comes together to have their say. However, according to a Gallup poll, run through May - July 2012, only 58% of U.S Registered Voters in the 18 -29 year old age bracket will "definitely vote", which is well below Continue Reading about Part 1 – College Guide to Voting: Should You Vote?
You commonly hear this from your parents, professional family members and other people who got an easy life with the help of having a College Degree. College these days is costly but the investment is well worth it and it will pay off in the long run. If you are able to work hard at College and achieve your College Degree with good results you will find your post-graduate time a lot easier. Continue Reading about College Fact: Benefits of having a College Degree