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Dorm Room Organization: The Essentials

If you want to make your college days as cool and as memorable as they can be, it may be a good idea to start from the basics: odds are, you’ll be spending a good portion of your out-of-class time in your dorm, so you’ll want it to be organized in both trendy and functional way.

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Three Ways College Students Can Prepare For Solid Careers

College can be an exciting time for a young person. In addition to learning interesting things and meeting new people, college functions as a preparatory endeavor through which you’ll gain the knowledge and skills necessary to operate successfully within your chosen field.

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How Should You Finance Your Study Abroad MBA Program!

Studying abroad is a global trend and talking about the same, it’s worth mentioning that there stands a lot of hassles on the way too.

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Back to school: How to Handle College Culture as an Adult

Knowing how to handle college culture as an adult may be difficult to some students, and can often lead to a poor performance in school as various pressure mount. It takes a lot of courage and determination to brave the college culture a first or second time around when you may feel more vulnerable in a new environment.

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Five Tips that Make Getting a Higher Education More Affordable

Getting an education costs money, but it can really pay off too.

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Study Abroad: Best Universities in the U.K.

College is not just about sharpening your skills for your future career, it is also a place to really find out who you are.

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Money Saving Tips for College

Getting a college education is one of the most important investments you can make, but that doesn’t mean that you should take out loans to spend on whatever you want. The less debt you have at the end of your academic career, the better for your financial future.

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Getting Ready for University – Your Capsule Wardrobe

Getting ready to start university but still have no idea what you need to fill that new student wardrobe?

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Off to Campus: What to Bring

Tweet Essential items include your personal identification and college admittance information, and perhaps details about your financial aid and other assistance. Beyond the legal documents, the following personal items should

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How to Apply to the San Francisco Conservatory of Music

Tweet What was originally known as the Ada Clement Piano School when it was founded in 1917 later became the California Conservatory of Music. Today, the San Francisco Conservatory of

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What is a Bachelor’s in Information Technology?

Tweet We have seen an increase in the number of people who are opting to be online students, and to earn their degrees over the Internet. And because of this

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Effective Ways for Women to Get Grant Approvals

An impressive number of female students are getting by with help from several institutions that freely offer grants to students.

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Filing the 2009 FAFSA Form: Part III

Tweet Demonstration: How to File the FAFSA Form Filing the FAFSA form is required for all students who anticipate to receive federal student aid. It is used by colleges to

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Filing the FAFSA Form for 2009: Part II

Tweet Demonstration: How to File the FAFSA Form Filing the FAFSA form is required for all students who anticipate to receive federal student aid. It is used by colleges to

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Filing the FAFSA Form for 2009

Tweet So What’s This Talk about the FAFSA Form Briefly, the FAFSA form is a U.S. Department of Education form that the student (and parents of dependent students) must file