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5 Tips on How to Get a Scholarship in College

Many college students wish to earn scholarships. But not everyone is lucky enough to get a scholarship.


Top Five Financial Mistakes that College Students Make

In college, time seems to fly. One day you are a freshman, and before you know it, you are preparing for graduation. It is not until after graduation that the consequences of little things we did or did not do as students start showing up.


Getting Financial Aid: 4 Different Kinds of Financial Aid for Students

The first step in applying for financial aid is completing the FAFSA, or Free Application for Student Aid. There are four main types of financial aid.


US College Scholarship Programs

The United States is considered one of the most preferred destinations for students looking for internationally recognized certification. The US is home to some of the world’s largest and most reputable colleges and universities and this has served as a key attraction for both local and international students.


5 Ways to Find A College Scholarship

There are several outlets that offer college-bound students opportunities to find a scholarship. Some offer large sums, while others award the winners with enough to help pay for books and school supplies.

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Money Challenges and the College Student

If you are a college student, then you are familiar with the financial challenges experienced by most collegians.

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Making Application: A College Scholarship and Your Personal Statement

If you are planning to apply for one or more college scholarships you are making a smart decision. A college scholarship can help defray at least some of the costs related to your academic pursuits.


Get Ready for Your College Scholarship Interview

With the cost of higher education as high as it is, students should apply for college scholarships to help defray their expenses. Billions of dollars in college scholarship money is offered every year with awards ranging from one-time gifts of a few hundred dollars to full-ride scholarships at top-notch universities.


Will This be the Year You Return to College?

When older adults return to college, they’re often labeled as “non-traditional students.” That means these individuals do not fit into the usual 18-24-year-old age category that describes the traditional college student, although not necessarily the “average” college student these days.


January 2013 College Scholarship News

Tweet Most of that aid is quickly awarded to deserving students, including those that apply for assistance. The following is our list of currently open college scholarships, each with a

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7 College Myths Debunked

Tweet At SayCampusLife we’ve heard our share of tails about college, including the following seven we will debunk here. 1. Choose the most prestigious college that fits you. The more

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Lost Parent College Scholarship Takes to Online Voting

Tweet Online voting ends on July 5th. We’ve shared extensively news about the LIFE Lessons Scholarship Program, a special effort by the LIFE Foundation to help college bound students who lost