The Best Of SayCampusLife.Com


On occasion, we here at SayCampusLife.Com like to pause long enough to review what we’ve written, by finding out which articles have been read the most and plan our direction for the coming months. Now that the 2008-2009 academic year has come to a close we’re happy to share with you some of our top reads including the following which made our “Fab Five” list for the year ending May 31, 2009:

class clownFun & Wacky College Scholarships You Never Knew About — College scholarships is one of our top subjects, so we thought that you’d get a kick out of those offerings which feature some unusual requirements.  Apparently you agreed, because a lot of people got a kick out of learning that loving chocolate can help to pay for your schooling!

PSAs Encourages College Students To Control Their Debt — When we reviewed the Ad Council public service announcement about college debt, we had our laughs. And so did you. Kudos to the makers of the “Capiche” video which explained what can be a serious manner in a lighthearted way, getting home its message in a smart thinking way.

Andrew Jackson University Goes Tuition Free — The words “tuition” and “free” don’t normally go together but in this case, Andrew Jackson University says it does. We think that you were just as intrigued as much as we were with the school’s announcement about a way for students to take classes at someone else’s expense.

Free Tuition Colleges Really Exist! — Again, the appeal of getting something for nothing remains strong and our list of tuition free colleges was just as much of an eye-opener to us as it was to our readers.

An Easy $300 For College Students — In 2008 when the IRS was attempting to give money away, we realized that quite a few college students may have missed the announcement, hence our story. We like to think that we had a hand in getting some of you to file your taxes, perhaps aiding and abetting your parents who also welcomed the relief.

As always, is dedicated to bringing to you college news from the ordinary to the wacky. We appreciate your readership and invite you to subscribe to our RSS feed.


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