If you’re looking for some popular alternatives to Citibank student loans, here are some! Also, here’s how to find your loan servicer.
Do you know how much it costs to study abroad? What is housing like? How about healthcare? This article will give you a feel for the cost.
A breakdown of the best cell phone plans in 2018 students can use to save money, like Sprint, Republic Wireless, Verizon, AT&T, and more!
Textbooks are expensive! If you’re willing to put in a little time here are the five best ways to save money on textbooks this fall.
Investing is a great way to save for the future. This guide to investing is designed to help young adults get started investing in college.
eCampus offers a variety of services similar to a bookstore: online book rental, used books, selling back your old textbook.
Are you an above-average college graduate? Here are some helpful tips for you. One of them is to pay off your student loans, but can you guess the others?
529 plans have changed. You can now withdraw up to $10,000 per year to pay for your children’s private primary and secondary eduction expenses. Here are some rules to know.
We share five lessons from experts about what it takes to be successful in college, from the basics to truly knowing yourself and finding your ROI on education.
Depending on who you speak to, you’ll probably hear that college is going to be one of the best times in your entire life. While this may be true for a number of reasons, one of the most under appreciated reasons is that college is also the perfect time to start a business. For example, […]
Wondering if you should go back to school if you’re in debt? Here are a few things you should consider before making your decision.
Considering graduating college a year early? Here are some benefits and drawbacks of graduating college in 3 years.
If your child wants to study abroad but you’re worried about paying for college overseas, a 529 may help cover qualified expenses.
Receiving graduation money can be exciting and you can save or invest your graduation money to improve your finances.
Let’s face it – college is expensive. Here are four of the smartest ways to save money as a student.
Summers during college can be a lot of fun! They can also be great opportunities to setup your career for future success. However, for some students (myself included), it can be daunting to figure out the best college summer vacation ideas. There’s so much to choose from! But what’s the best thing to do? Is […]
The most common student loan scams involve paying fees to consolidate or to get forgiveness, law firms and lawsuits, and trying to eliminate your loan debt.
Imagine this: you graduate from your dream school, land your dream job, move into a posh new apartment with a nice view of the city, get your first ‘real’ paycheck, and buy that new suit you’ve had your eye on. Life is good. Then this arrives in the mail: Your student loan account statement. There are a […]
September marks a month of new beginnings for many. Students head back to school and many enter college for the first time. It’s no surprise that along with these new beginnings students and parents are concerned with paying tuition and other college costs. This is why September is National College Savings Month. In an effort […]
A buddy and I recently decided we wanted to move to Washington state (coming from Florida). We’re looking at well over 3,000 miles which makes it significantly terrifying in terms of how far removed we would be from friends, family, and what we’ve been generally used to. The trick to all of it is to […]
Once heralded as the next step in the evolution of education, for-profit universities are dropping like flies. Recent rules and regulations have limited their federal funding and current lawsuits allege misconduct that’s causing enrollment to drop and suspicions to increase. So what does the future hold for these oft-criticized institutions? The Numbers Between 2011 and […]
The following is a guest post from Martin of Studenomics, where he shows you how to save money in your 20s without missing out on the fun. “Nobody ever told me that in college.” I wish that I could attribute this quote to one person. I’ve heard this from so many readers and friends. There’s […]