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A College Loan Will Finance Your Education! A college loan has given people all over the United States a chance to further their education, even if they are not making a lot of money. Education loans can be a big help in paying for college. You'll find these loans offer a ...

Avoiding College Credit Card Traps Congratulations college freshman! You're about to embark on one of the most exciting times of your life. By now your parents, siblings, and friends have offered you all kinds of advice on how to make your transition to college smoother...

Build Your Business (on a shoestring): Hire a College Intern Starting up a new venture or business can be one of the most exciting times of your life. It can also be one of the most stressful. In the early months, or even early years of your business, cash flow is often not what you would like it...

Business Planning for College Students and First-Time Entrepreneurs More and more students, both in undergraduate and graduate institutions, are deciding to launch their own ventures upon graduation rather than taking the traditional route of working for another firm. Likewise, more and more individuals are...

College Cuisine Going to college is a grand experience. It's the first time many young adults get the chance to begin taking care of themselves, no matter what the consequences. One of the main things that worries parents when their child heads out into...

College Cuisine Going to college is a grand experience. It's the first time many young adults get the chance to begin taking care of themselves, no matter what the consequences. One of the main things that worries parents when their child heads out into the...

College Debt How To Avoid It, and How To Get Out Of It Because most college students are using loans to finance their college education, the debt level of recent graduates is rising rapidly. On average, students graduate owing $12,000-$16,000 in student loans and another $2,000 in credit card debt....

College Degree Is Worth $ 2.1 Million In Future Income "And once earned, a college degree is forever, as the payoff from higher education can never be erased, broken, or laid off." It was estimated by the US Census Bureau that a bachelor degree holder earns approximately $2.1 ...

College's Language Faculty and Student Develop Online Board for the World (WARWICK, RI) - A new forum may be a great help to students of foreign language and those studying abroad. "[it] is an important addition to the world of websites," says Dr. Brown, a professor of Spanish and Portuguese at the Community...

Compensation Resources, Inc. Releases Its 2003-2004 College Graduate Salary Survey Upper Saddle River, N.J. - May 2004 - Compensation Resources, Inc. has released the results of its 2003-2004 College Graduate Salary Survey. The purpose of this study was to obtain compensation data and information on recruiting and hiring...

Financial Aid for College Students - Grants The bad news about attending college is that it costs more than ever to attend. The College Board estimates the average four-year public college costs almost $5,000 per year to attend and a two-year public college is almost $2000. And...

Financing A College Education So your teenager has decided to go to college. You've hoped for this day. You sweated through 12 years of school with your child, and have been an active participant in his/her education. You've been saving for this day for years, but with...

How Online College Classes Work It's no secret that more and more people are looking to the internet for a convenient way to further their education. Online classes are a great way to obtain an accredited college degree from home and continue to work a full time job. Many...

How To Choose A College Your child is ready. He's kept up his grades and he has decided that he wants the benefit of a college education. It's decision time. With over 4,000 public 4 year colleges in the country there are a lot of decisions and choices you will...

Is College Degree Worth Money Investments? No issue is more disturbing and debatable for those concerned with college education than the issue of real value of college degrees. The tendency towards escalating cost of tuition fees made many people wonder whether a genuine...

Looking for College Grants? Grants are a type of student aid that is awarded by the government. Grants for college students do not have to be repaid. Grants are based upon financial need, as calculated by the federal aid program. The first step in applying for government...

Money for College Where Is It and How Do I Get It? College is expensive but money is available to help you pay the way! By doing a little research and filling out a few forms, you can find money through scholarships, grants, loans, and tuition assistance such as work study. Scholarships ...

Saving For A College Education Saving for a college education is one of the most difficult things for a student and their family. Luckily many businesses, organizations, and institutions offer helpful plans that assist in making this task a little easier and a little...

Scholarship Search How to find free money for college College students receive billions of dollars in scholarship money every year. How can you get some of this money to fund your college education? Start looking early Start looking for scholarships at least by your sophomore or junior year in...

Successful College Study Habits College can be tough for anyone. With the Internet, cable television, gaming opportunities everywhere, cell phones wow, it's difficult to put life on hold and hit the books. But you need to. You have to, if you want decent grades. ...

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