Money Matters: Tips & Tricks to Build Your Credit Score

By Tracey Rector, Alumna of IUPUI Building credit might seem like something to take on after graduation, but it’s not. The sooner you start building credit, the easier it will be after college to make large purchases on your own. So how do you get started? Thankfully, it’s not as scary as it sounds. All

College Budgeting: Making Smart Investments With Your Limited Bank Account

By Amanda Ferrara, Student at New York University Choosing what to splurge on when shopping for college is never easy, but how do you decide which items are worthy of breaking the bank? First, you should know that the key to choosing good investments while you are in college is to pick things that are

Bored With Dull Dorm Walls? Try Spicing Up Your Space

By Amanda Ferrara, Student at New York University As the end of the semester gets closer and closer, you might find yourself getting sick and tired of your old dorm or apartment decor. Whether you are in need of a total revamp or if you just want to make a few changes to spice up

Clearing the Air: Debunking Myths About Sorority Women

Hayley Eselevsky, Student at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign When deciding whether to join a sorority house or not, there are a lot of things to consider. Unfortunately, there are many mixed messages in the media about sorority girls, and I am here to clear up the common misconceptions about sorority girl stereotypes. Myth #1:

10 Things Nobody Told You About College

By Tracey Rector, Alumna of IUPUI While college is the best time of your life, it can also be stressful if you don’t plan accordingly. Luckily your friends at University Chic have been there and have advice for those of you who are either at college already or will be soon. 1. Personal Schedule One

Eating on a College Budget: Ideas for a Week of Cheap, Hassle-Free Dinners

By Amanda Ferrara, Student at New York University Dealing with your busy college schedule, living on your own for the first time and being financially independent is hard — but wait, you still have to feed yourself! Whether you have a deluxe kitchen or are depending on the run-of-the-mill microwave, I have some cheap and

Sorority Chic: To Live in the House or Not To Live in the House?

Hayley Eselevsky, Student at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Freshman year is almost halfway over, and it’s probably time to start figuring out where you’re going to be living next year. If you’re in a sorority, one of your options will include moving into the sorority house on campus. In the sorority house, personalities collide and

Guest Blog: 10 Ways to Indulge on a College Budget

Consumer Savings Expert Andrea Woroch has been featured as a media expert source on NBC’s Today Show, FOX & Friends, MSNBC, ABC News NOW and many more. To view recent interviews or find more information, visit A recent article in USA Today indicates Americans ages 18 to 24 aren’t eating at fast food restaurants

Five Tips for Your Getting Finances On Track

By Tracey Rector Money. It’s the root of all evil, right? No, not necessarily. It may be hard sometimes to manage money while in school or fresh out of college, especially if you aren’t making that much. But being in control of your finances now will pay off in the future. Here are five tips

How to Stand Out And Shine During Your Internship Application Process

By Tracey Rector, Alumna of IUPUI With internship applications due in the next few months, now is the time to plan and strategize. Employers love someone with a high GPA, but what can separate you from other applicants is experience — making internships are a must. For starters, it helps you get an inside look