Entering college is a time full of ‘firsts’ for new students. It can be a tough time for everyone and especially tough when getting used to a roommate situation.
Many people working in the fields of accounting, marketing, finance, and human resources decide to further their career by going back to school to get their Master of Business Administration (MBA). There are many options available to do this. You can pursue full-time or part-time studies, as well as distance learning. If you are employed, […]
One thing a prospective freshman will hear over and over before going off to college is “It’s nothing like high school.” Students never really understand this comment until they are actually on campus. College is all about becoming an adult College is all about becoming an adult and living your life to the best of […]
Do you have your career all mapped out? Are you one of those college students who knows exactly where you’ll be 20 years from now and how you’ll get there? Or are you still thinking of all your options and discovering your talents and interests? In either case, it could be very beneficial for you […]
Law school is not cheap. Post-graduate programs in general are not cheap. A law degree usually takes three years; this is after the four years, or so, you spent getting your undergraduate degree. Seven years is a long time to spend in school. It is a really long time to spend not working and making […]
It’s finally happened. You’re at college. You beginning to realize why everyone was telling you “It’s nothing like high school”. It’s not. You feel nervous, anxious and a little out of place. Not to worry. There are ways to ease your adjustment into college life, living on your own and your transition to adulthood.
Is College Worth It? There has been much debate lately about whether going to college is worth the staggering debit the average student leaves school owing. This is exactly why we must ask, is collage worth it? IS THE DEBT WORTH IT Forty years ago college was out of reach for most people so only […]
Now that you have your college degree and hopefully have found a job in the same field that you majored in, you are now required to repay all the money you had to barrow in order to get that wonderful degree. That’s assuming you graduated, of course. So how do you begin to tackle the […]
What is the impact of student debt on recent graduates? Can it even be measured? At what point do the benefits of a good education begin to be overshadowed by the rising mountain of debt? According to a recent poll, the average college student graduates with over $30,500 to be repaid on student loans and […]
If you’re an average college student, Perkins probably brings to mind the green-backed logo of a cheap sit-down restaurant that hoists gigantic flags, not college financing. I am pleased to let you in on a small secret: the restaurant does not hand out loans on behalf of the government to try and swindle you into […]