Op-Ed: Is There Really No Such Thing as Free College?
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Op-Ed: Is There Really No Such Thing as Free College?

Disclaimer: The Prospect does not endorse any political candidates. Just throwing out some ideas. If you’ve been keeping up with this presidential election, you know…

What to Know Before Getting Your First Credit Card
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What to Know Before Getting Your First Credit Card

Fact: Using a credit card can be downright confusing – especially for the first time. It’s pretty crazy to think that a single piece of…

5 Awesome Scholarship Search Engines You’ve Probably Never Heard Of
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5 Awesome Scholarship Search Engines You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

There’s a scholarship for everyone, no matter who you are. College students, high school students, and even middle school students can benefit from a little…

3 Quick Ways to Deal With Being the Only One of Your Friends Who’s Still Waiting for College Decisions
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3 Quick Ways to Deal With Being the Only One of Your Friends Who’s Still Waiting for College Decisions

It’s second semester senior year, and it seems like everyone has their plans for next year finalized. All those people who took advantage of early…

3 Creative and Efficient Ways to Earn Extra Cash in College
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3 Creative and Efficient Ways to Earn Extra Cash in College

College is demanding, in a multitude of ways. It can take academic, mental, social, and financial tolls on your person. Whatever the circumstances, I am…

How to Find a Part-Time Job in College That Isn’t Work-Study
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How to Find a Part-Time Job in College That Isn’t Work-Study

Balancing a part-time job with academics in college is tricky and can be very stressful, but it is surprisingly common, even among those who are…

Should You Take a Full Ride to a Public University or Pay Full Tuition for a Private One?
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Should You Take a Full Ride to a Public University or Pay Full Tuition for a Private One?

The age old questions: is money more important than education “quality”? Can I get the same education at a cheaper, state school versus a prestigious…

How to Deal With 4 Hidden College Expenses
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How to Deal With 4 Hidden College Expenses

Every student knows that paying for college can be expensive. College expenses include more than just paying for your tuition, housing, and textbooks. Once you…

Here’s an Overview of How the QuestBridge Program Works
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Here’s an Overview of How the QuestBridge Program Works

Welcome to QuestBridge Declassified! I remember finding out about QuestBridge and being reminded about its gracious existence only a couple weeks before the application itself…

How to Make a Responsible College Choice in High School
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How to Make a Responsible College Choice in High School

Most high school students apply to more than one college or university, and getting into more than one can leave you with some tough decisions…

8 Ways to Have Fun in a City as a Broke College Student
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8 Ways to Have Fun in a City as a Broke College Student

Here’s how to make the best of your time living in or near a big city without spending money: Throw away your credit card(s). Go…

How Many Students Loans Are Too Many Student Loans?
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How Many Students Loans Are Too Many Student Loans?

Possibly the single biggest factor in deciding which college to attend is price. It doesn’t matter how small the classes are, or how many research…

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