Have you heard of the 'Freshman 15'? Rumors are spreading about the ‘Freshman 15’, does it really happen or is it a myth? According to recent studies, Freshman students were found to gain 15 pounds in their Freshman year, did you or are you putting on weight in your Freshman year? Yet it’s not a good news at all. Doctors are concerned that college students who gradually increase their weight Continue Reading about 7 Effective Tips to avoid Freshman 15
According to experts, parents should start talking about college during the child’s middle school or if not earlier. It's usually around junior and senior years of high school when most parents and college-bound students are starting to think about college. Between SATs and ACTs, application essays and campus visits, the college submission process is indeed time consuming and can also be stress Continue Reading about Talk About College Education Now!
Starting college is most of the time the first time that college students have managed their own money. It can be tough to set yourself a budget and stick to it, especially when you haven't had to do it on your own before. There are a myriad of temptations that are out there to tempt you to spend your money and it's very easy to say yes to something now, and then realise at the end of the month Continue Reading about Money Management for College students
Did you know that on average college student spends over $1000 on textbooks per year? That's an incredible amount of money for books that you will probably only use for a semester or maybe two if you're lucky! But we all need them, if you're going to go to college unfortunately, you're going to have to buy textbooks. Fortunately for you, we've got the low down on why to buy College textbooks Continue Reading about Why Buy College textbooks online?
It’s never easy to ask for money from your parents especially while you’re a college student. But if you're in financial distress as your parents for assistance may be your only option. You may find it uncomfortable and may even feel like a bit of a failure, but asking your parents for assistance is better than losing your College degree because you couldn't afford to stay there. Here's some Continue Reading about College Tips: Asking Your Parents for Financial Help in College
So you've graduated from High School and you're about to take on College Life! So many things are new and different, you're trying to impress and make new friends, get used to a new schedule, it can be tough. Some of the most common mistakes freshmen do is spending too many hours worrying and deciding on what to wear on their first day of college and deciding whether to skip classes or attend Continue Reading about College Tips: Common Freshman Mistakes
Haven’t receive yet your loan check and you need the money as soon as possible? It does not matter if the semester is about to end or the start of school, you've run out of money and you need some money fast. Here we give you the five easy tips to earn money fast at college, to help with solving those financial woes quickly. Make your knowledge your capital. If you are inclined to teach other Continue Reading about College Tips: 5 Tips To Earn Money Fast At College
Listing down the things you will have to bring to college seems a pretty simple task to do until you look at it again and recheck if those are really important and guess what- it will take you a few hours of assessing whether to bring them or not. So to help you decide what to bring and leave behind, check out the list below. While every student’s situation is really unique from each other, Continue Reading about College Tips: Things You Should Not Bring To College