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11 Future Prep Tips Before Graduation

It always helps to have some future prep tips at the standby as you gear up for the spring semester. This is even more vital when you’re looking ahead at graduation in the next few months. In the following article, we’ll be discussing the 11 essentials you absolutely have to get done. But first, let’s […]
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50 MLK Quotes to Turn the Dream Into Reality

MLK Quotes always pick up in popularity this time of year, with good reason. It can be easy to dismiss the impact that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., had — and continues to have — on society when you didn’t grow up in his era. So it’s important to keep the dream alive and remember […]
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Income-Sharing Agreements: Studying the Pros and Cons

Income-sharing agreements, or ISAs, are controversial new offerings for students worried about their loan situation. The idea behind an ISA is that you go to college first, get your education, and outlay no upfront expenditures. However, critics claim there is a dark side to ISAs that make them a less desirable, or at least equally […]
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20 Ways to Hold Yourself Accountable in 2020

What is the New Year but a never-ending drive to hold yourself accountable? Yes, at the end of each 365-day run, most of us will look at our lives, examine the gaps in where we want to be, and hatch plans we never stick to all in the hope of “perfecting” things by next Christmas. […]
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Reinvent Yourself During the New Year with These 18 Helpful Tips

The push to reinvent yourself hits with each New Year. And it doesn’t matter how young or old you are, you will probably get taken in by it. Sometimes the changes we push for are unnecessary. But other times, they’re the impetus we need to become what we were put here to be. In the […]
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Financial Literacy: 12 Tips to Master Before College Graduation

Financial literacy is one of the most important things to learn that isn’t being taught (regularly) in school. It’s really something that should be taken up in junior high and high school, yet many college graduates find themselves coming to the end of their run without knowing how to take care of their money. In […]
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College Social Life: What Students Must Know About Personal Growth and Making Friends

Your college social life may not be a top priority. After all, you attend college to get an education. But there’s more than one type of education and not prioritizing your social life is a missed opportunity. This is your chance to be challenged by ideas, exposed to new cultures, and grow as a person. […]
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Your College Town: 13 Ways to Get the Most from It

Life in a college town can be challenging until you get a feel for it. You may not be used to things like seasonal traffic flow, business hours, and other unforeseen surprises unique to the community. Things you’ve never had to experience anywhere else. In the following article, we’re going to provide some insight on […]
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10 Steps to Turn Yourself Into a Successful Student

A successful student doesn’t usually happen overnight. At least, not if you’re doing it right! See, becoming a success at anything is about life-long learning. But we’re getting ahead of ourselves. Before you understand how to do it, you need to first understand how not to. In the following articles, we’re going to give you […]
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13 Signs You Need a Change of Major

A change of major is a decision not to take lightly. Of course, it happens. And quite often. But before you decide to take that step, you need to thoroughly evaluate your decision to do so. In the following article, we’ll be doing just that. We’ll also be talking about why students decide to change […]
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