Well here’s one more thing you can blame your parents for: According to a recent article in Inside Higher Education, divorced and remarried parents contibute significantly less than parents that are still married do. According to a sub-sample of 2.400 students studied between 1995-1996, students who’s parents were still married only had to contribute 23%
How far can your student I.D. take you? According to our friends over at Life Hacker, the answer is well into your 40's with the right digital printer.
They're not luxury, they don't have a butler, but they do come with a HUGE price tag. Get ready to scope the most expensive college digs in America.
Are you freaking out about all the student loans you’re going to have to pay back when you graduate? Well a little-known law is in the process of being passed that could help you out if you find yourself unemployed and unable to make your payments. HR 5043 (a.k.a. the Private Student Loan Bankruptcy Fairness
State school or private University? Which one are you leaning towards? A new study ranks the schools with students with the most debt and may help you make your decision, after all debt really cuts into chic fashion purchases down the road.
Whether you’ve just met the guy of your dreams or you’ve been in love with your BF for years, dating is fun and a great way to spend time with the one who makes your heart flutter. But let’s be real: we’re in college and strapped for cash. Luckily, hanging out together doesn’t have to
It's almost the end of the school year and you're already looking forward to the fall, including moving into an off-campus apartment and getting away from evil roommates and gross hall bathrooms.
The Healthcare Bill and the Student Loan Initiative have both been passed by Congress and signed into law by President Barack Obama, so now what? Do you understand them? If you're a college student and you don't understand these legislations, read on to discover a little bit of the cold, hard, truth.
Recycling a gift is on its way to being the new black.
As far as I recall, I’d always imagined college dorms as a grungy, dirty place where I would learn to tough it out by wearing flip flops in the shower, carrying my plastic basket of toiletries through the halls and sharing a cramped space with a complete stranger.
Today, the cost of college is rising, even in this tough economy, and dorms are getting less grunge and more luxe by the minute.